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Photographing a Prince and the Mayor of San Diego

I had the opportunity to photograph a very rare occurrence here in San Diego. It is not often that Royalty from the Middle East makes it way into San Diego. I had the pleasure of photographing a wonderful Gala for an organization called Roads to Success that provides aid to Syrian refugees seeking asylum inLearn More
  • 30 Jul, 2013
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  • Award Ceremony, Corporate Events, Event photography, Parties,

SKLZ Grand Opening Photography

SKLZ is a top of the line athlete training facility that just opened up its headquarters in Carlsbad. When I say top of the line, I mean top of the line. This place had everything an athlete could ever want. I wish I had access to a place like this when I was playing footballLearn More
  • 30 Jul, 2013
  • Jason Kirby
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  • Corporate Events, Grand Ppening,

Manchester Grand Hyatt Event Photography

We were fortunate enough to have had an opportunity to photograph an event at the Manchester Grand Hyatt again this week. This venue is definitely one of my favorites now. We have shot here quite a few times in the last year and I feel like I know this place by heart. A communications companyLearn More
  • 30 Jul, 2013
  • Jason Kirby
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  • Corporate Events, Event photography, Group Photos, On-Site Printing, Photo Booths,

Photographer of the Month: Ben Reeve

Building a photography community has brought the need to acknowledge photographers who show exceptional work. Therefore, we have the ‘Photographer of the Month’ chosen by the Right Light Photography giving the spotlight to those in our photography community that deserve acknowledgement for their contribution, photography style, and business. Once a month, we share a BIO,Learn More
  • 30 Jul, 2013
  • Jason Kirby
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70-200mm Too Expensive? Check out the 85mm Portrait Lens Instead!

So, you are looking to buy a 70-200mm for a portrait lens, but you just can’t reason with the price!? We have been there and we understand that is why we have decided to give you the top 5 reasons directly from Jason Kirby of why an 85mm lens is the next runner up! WhileLearn More
  • 23 Jul, 2013
  • Jason Kirby
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Photograph of the Week: Roberto Pagliari with Candid Success

Congratulations Roberto Pagliari! Roberto captured this shot that almost looks candid with its true sincerity. With comfort and great posing, the smile and light in the models eyes captures your attention for a great portrait. The second part of this photo that finishes it off with perfection is the editing Roberto did to smooth theLearn More
  • 23 Jul, 2013
  • Jason Kirby
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Photograph of the Week: Pnina with Blurred Flowers

Congratulations Pnina! Pnina took this photo with a point and shoot camera with the help and direction of Jason. She got this photo with a great perspective and spectacular Bokeh effect. Pnina took this photo at the Landscape & Macro Photography Class. Make sure to snag one of the last 4 spots in this weekends classLearn More
  • 16 Jul, 2013
  • Jason Kirby
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Photograph of the Week: Marina with Whimsy by the Beach!

Congratulations Marina! Marina took a softer approach to portraiture, which I think is under utilized. With a dynamic pose from the model and an emphasis on her eyes, Marina caught the background and light from the natural day in perfect unison with the lighting set-up for limited shadows on the models face and a beautifulLearn More
  • 9 Jul, 2013
  • Jason Kirby
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Why Every Photographer Needs a 50mm Lens!

Let’s get started with some fun facts about the 50mm lens, shall we? Awesome tip about the 50mm lens: “It is called a “normal” lens because of the way it renders perspective that closely matches that of the human eye.” Also known as “standard” lens because when used it makes the viewer feel like theyLearn More
  • 2 Jul, 2013
  • Jason Kirby
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