“Moonbow Waimea” Featured in Hana Hou Magazine

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“Moonbow Waimea” by Ethan Tweedie Photography featured in Hana Hou Magazine

If you are flying Hawaiian Airlines in the next two months check out the article on Moonbows featuring my image “Moonbow Waimea ” in Hana Hou Magazine’s August/September 2014 Issue on page 30!!   (The Magazine of Hawaiian Airlines)

Prints of the image are available at Wishard Gallery in Waimea and Harbor Gallery in Kawaihae or call me for custom orders!

To read more about capturing this amazing sight read my blog post!!!

Mahalo,

Ethan

808-938-4665

EthanTweedie@gmail.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Check out the article on Moonbows featuring my image “Waimea Moonbow ” in Hana Hou Magazine’s August/September 2014 Issue on page 30!!   (The Magazine of Hawaiian Airlines)

Prints of the image are available at Wishard Gallery in Waimea and Harbor Gallery in Kawaihae.

To read more about capturing this amazing sight read my blog post!!!

Mahalo,

Ethan

700 Million Dollars in Real Estate Photographed

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Ethan Tweedie Photography reaches a milestone of photographing over 700 Million Dollars in real estate, property and vacation rentals.

In June 2010 I moved back to the Big Island to pursue my creative passion as a professional photographer.  After purchasing a home here in Hawaii my good friend and real estate agent Stacy Disney asked if I photographed real estate, having some experience on the mainland, my answer was yes!

Inspired by Hawaii’s beautiful homes and surrounding landscapes, I wanted to elevate my photography to be recognized by my peers.  I studied everything I could about architectural photography and real estate photography spending countless hours learning and honing my skills.  My hard work paid off and I rose quickly to become one of the top photographers on the Big Island in my specialty.   In December 2013, my hard work was nationally recognized and I was awarded the Photography for Real Estate Blog Photographer of the year for 2013! 

See my interview on KGMB

If you are in the need of professional photography with consistent results for your luxury real estate listing, vacation rental or architectural project, please give me a call.

Ethan

808-938-4665

EthanTweedie@gmail.com

 

 

Big Island Photographer Goes National

Ethan Tweedie Named 2013 Photographer of the Year for Real Estate

Recognized for his extraordinary work in capturing the beautiful picturesque land and homes across the state of Hawaii, Ethan’s work was put up against the top photographers in the business. Ethan was named the 2013 Real Estate Photographer of the Year.

After Ethan won photo of the month in June, he advanced to the second round with eight other contestants. Photography for Real Estate stated, “The jury had a very challenging job judging these eleven images. All eleven images are top notch! But Ethan came out the clear winner.” Judged by a panel and voted by his peers, Ethan’s award-winning photo stole the show.

“Shooting real estate and architecture is a challenging art and I work each day to refine my skills and seek new canvasses to test those limits,” Ethan said. “It’s truly an honor to be recognized as the winner among these amazing, world renowned, photographers.”

View the Press Release on PitchEngine

Interior Design Photography

Recently I had the pleasure of photographing this beautiful private residence at the Hualalai Resort at Historic Ka’upulehu for Hualalai Realty.  The exceptional interior of this 5 bedroom home was designed by Willman Interiors based here in my hometown of Waimea (Kamuela) on the Big Island of Hawaii.

Gina Willman’s team is adept at creating living spaces that reflect what the homeowner visualizes, but it also has a warm and inviting appeal that anyone could appreciate.

If you are looking for photography for an interior design project, luxury vacation rental, luxury real estate or resort please contact me for a quote.

Mahalo,

Ethan

808-938-4665

ethantweedie@gmail.com

 

 

Lunar Eclipse Hawaii 2014


There was much anticipation for this years Lunar Eclipse and my plan was to head to the summit of the dormant volcano Mauna Kea and photograph the event from 13,796 feet.  Well one can plan all they want, but if you are shooting with a 500mm lens even the slightest movement of the lens would not be good and with winds clocking in at 40mph on the summit with an air temperature of around 28 degrees F,  I was less than enthusiastic.  Plan B ensued and I already knew of some areas that are often out of the wind, so off I went in search of a windless dark location on Mauna Kea.   The first several locations were aborted due to strong winds,  I kept on, finally finding a great spot at around 5500 feet on the slopes of the mountain.  Cold, check, windless, check no crowds, check!

After shooting the moon with my telephoto lens and realizing the “main event” had maxed out I decided to get a little creative.  I brought my 100 watt LED light and set my camera’s timer and ran out into the pasture and pointed my light at the moon.  I took two images, this was the best one of the two.

I hope you got to see the eclipse from your location, but if not I hope you enjoy my image!

Mahalo,

Ethan

808-938-4665

EthanTweedie@gmail.com