Tag Archives: costa rica commercial photography

Before the ceremony

Is a great time to do photos of the bride & her bridesmaids. Everyone's hair and makeup is freshly done. This is a fun time for the girls - lot's of excitement and anticipation.
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Sunset

Sunset is always at 6:00 in Costa Rica. Having the wedding ceremony before sunset so that there is time for great sunset shots is always a good idea
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Think Teak!

Teak is a beautiful wood.....and popular too! Novel Teak, a Costa Rica company, hired us to photograph their operations. We were impressed by what we saw...here's  a company that is committed to excellence, sustainability and quality. Here's  a few images from two solid days of commercial photography.....(will post more later....) Rob
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and…..they are married

We could not forget this couple's cute little guy for inclusion in their wedding photos. He was a trooper throughout the ceremony and photographs. A highlights slide show from their wedding day:
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You meet the coolest people traveling in Costa Rica…

[caption id="attachment_986" align="aligncenter" width="640"] Photo taken in the lobby of Casa68 B&B in San Jose, Costa Rica WITH an Android phone [/caption] CASA 69 Hotel You meet the coolest people traveling. She from France, he from Spain, beautiful baby Chloe from them. They were flying out today on a small scary plane to a remote…
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White Faced Monkeys

We recently went on a boat ride along the banks of the Palo Verde National Park. Apparently there are 100 crocs per kilometer in the river according to our tour guide, though we only saw a few since it was high tide. The white faced monkeys we are told are very intelligent and can work…
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Return Clients

We have been photographing these 2 children since they were just small babies. Mom has been very diligent in keeping their portraits up to date every year. On a recent trip to Tamarindo they took the opportunity to do their portraits on the beach.
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10 Facts About Life in Tamarindo

10 Facts About Life in Tamarindo 1. You will slow down. “Manana” does not mean “tomorrow. Usually it means “not today.” In general, everything takes a little longer. This might sound bad. It’s not. Costa Rica will force you to slow down. Once you get used to it you’ll wonder what was all the rushing about?  …
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Soda Las Palmas

Villa Real is the closest town to Tamarindo and home to one of our favourite local restaurants. The restaurant is buffet style with the ladies serving your choices from the selections that have been prepared for the day. If you want to try some local fare this is a great place. You can walk here…
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