24
Sep

Meet Augie Chang, one of the talented photographers who contributes his shots to Tiny Prints so we can display them in our photo cards, holiday cards, birth announcements, invitations and more!

About Augie

As far back as I can remember, I have always enjoyed looking at and taking photographs. You may not always like what you look like in photographs, but who doesn’t enjoy looking at pictures or being able to capture people, places, and things they have experienced? I’ve basically taken my personal passion for photography and turned it into a career that I absolutely love. I have been shooting weddings and engagement, kids, babies and family portraits since 1999.

I describe my style as a combination of contemporary and classic. To me, this means working with each and every individual’s unique personality. I like the fact that my photographs are as unique as my subjects. Although I think there is a combination of different factors that makes a great photographer, I’ve always believed that the key to a successful photo shoot is to have a blast! And to make your subjects feel comfortable about being themselves.

Being behind the camera has always motivated me to take great snapshots, but what really inspires me is the satisfaction I get when I’m able to give my clients memories that they will always remember.

For more information about Augie Chang and his work, visit augiechang.com.

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3 Responses

  1. Your photos are so beautiful. I wish i could have also so beautiful pictures from my family! :-)

  2. Jessica says:

    Love all the images! would really love to see the balloon image =)
    Appreciate the tips!

  3. Pingback: I am Tiny Prints’ spotlight today :) » augiechang.com

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