Aloha and welcome to our blog!

This is where we love to share our most recent work. Our blog gives us another chance to showcase our lovely work as well as giving you a greater sense of who we are. You will also find more about the beautiful island that we are so blessed to call our home. Thank you for stopping by and please check back to see what we’ve been up to.

Mahalo, Fawne + Sebastian

February 27, 2017
About Us
Taking time off to enjoy our beautiful island is at top of our list when we know we have a break in our busy schedule photographing weddings. You have to get permits months in advanced to camp at this majestic valley, so we had to plan in advanced. When we were young, 19 and falling in love, on Sebastian's first trip to Kauai, I took him to this sacred place, as I felt like he would not understand me or my upbringing without experiencing this place I love so much. We love to unplug and recharge in nature, and feel so blessed, this is right here on Kauai. kauai photographer kauai photographer kalalau kauai photographer hawaii kauai photographer kauai photographer kalalau valley hawaii kauai photographer kalalau valley kauai photographer outdoors kauai photographer kauai photographer kalalau kauai photographer kalalau kauai photographer kauai photographer
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February 25, 2017
Wedding
It was an amazing and unique experience to photograph a traditional Indian wedding here on Kauai. All the vibrant flavors, colors and traditional elements made this wedding so much fun for us to capture. A highlight of the day was the grooms Baraat. Which is a large procession when the groom, family and friends dance and cheer their way to the wedding location, while the groom, mounted on horse back, is guided to the ceremony site. It took some exceptional coordinating to pull off the Baraat on the beach in front of the St. Regis hotel, but the family, friends and horse did an amazing  job bringing this Indian wedding tradition to Hawaii. st regis wedding photographers kauai luxury hawaii wedding photographers kauai-st-regis-wedding-004 st regis kauai wedding photographers luxury st regis wedding photographers hawaii st regis indian luxury wedding photographers kauai hawaiiluxury indian wedding photographers hawaii at st regis hotel kauai-st-regis-wedding-009 kauai-st-regis-wedding-010 st regis princeville luxury hawaii wedding photographers kauai-st-regis-wedding-012 st regis hawaii wedding photographers luxuryhawaii luxury wedding photographers kauai at st regis hotel st regis hawaii wedding photographers st regis princeville resort wedding photographers kauai hawaii luxury indian hawaii wedding photographers at st regis hotel princeville indian luxury wedding photographers kauai hawaii luxury indian wedding photographers hawaii at st regis hotel kauai st regis hotel luxury hawaii wedding photographers indian luxury hawaii wedding photographers at princeville st regis hotel kauai luxury hawaii wedding photographers at st regis hotel kauai indian luxury wedding photographers hawaii at st regis hotel princeville st regis resort luxury wedding photographers luxury wedding photographers hawaii indian luxury wedding photographers hawaii st regis hotel indian wedding luxury photographers hawaii on kauai kauai-st-regis-wedding-030Venue: St Regis Kauai | Coordination: Moana Events | Hair & Makeup: Whikd | Florist & Design: Martin Roberts | Rings: Cartier | DJ: DJ Sandeep |
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February 24, 2017
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kauai photographers the meaning of aloha When visiting Hawaii, you will often be greeted or sent on your way with a warm 'Aloha'! But what does the word really mean? It commonly will be used in expressing love and in greetings and farewells. But it means so much more and truly is a way of life here in Hawaii, often referred to as 'The Aloha Spirit". We wanted to dive in a little deeper and share with you the beautiful meaning behind this word, so you can have a new appreciation for it when visiting Hawaii and take this Aloha Spirit home and sprinkle it throughout your life. Aloha is a way of life, a foundation. It is the essence of communication. From speaking from the heart and connecting with others. To have patience in our conversations and building relationships based on love. And the key to it, and everything is Love; to love one another. To live with Aloha, it is all about living with Love.

         A “Akahai” meaning kindness, to be expressed with tenderness

L “Lokahi” meaning unity, to be expressed with harmony

               O “Oluolu” meaning agreeable, to be expressed with pleasantness

      H “Haahaa” meaning humility, to be expressed with modesty

              A “Ahonui” meaning patience, to be expressed with perseverance

So when people first come to our islands, that is the first word they often hear. Even if they don't understand the depth of it, it does not matter, just the fact that they are hearing it and absorbing the Aloha Spirit has a powerful effect. From the years of being on Kauai, we often hear visitors speaking of how amazing they feel here, and this magic that the islands have, and how everyone was so loving to them -  they have experienced Aloha.

But did you ever think that you can take that Aloha Spirit home with you, and ask yourself 'How am I able to express that spirit of love in every moment?' And cultivate that in your daily life. I promise you, nothing but good things will come.

This is just scratching the surface of Aloha and to write this blog post trying to define Aloha, comes with such an honor and respect for this ancient way of life.  So before we leave you, we wanted to share another layer of this beautiful way of life.

alo - sharing, in the present

ha - breath of life

The idea of Aloha is that you are in another persons spiritual presence exchanging the breath of life.

So as you can see there is really something special about this word and our way of living here in the islands that we all can learn from and put into practice in our daily lives. The Aloha Spirit has the power to make our world a better place, because who doesn't feel better when Aloha is shared with them?

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