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Maui Photo Festival & Workshops left a comment for Hawaii Web Group LLC
"If you check our website at www.mauiphotofestival.com and go to the contact page, you'll see that we are all residents of Maui and have lived here for more than 20 years. We want to create an event that benefits all of us: Our attendees, our…"
Feb 1, 2009
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"Having attendees shoot their own images on the beach is a lot different than having a commercial shoot on the beach. I think you'll find that all of Maui's public areas require permits or licenses to do business there. Shoots on private…"
Feb 1, 2009
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Wish you were here? We hope you will once you've heard about our first Maui Photo Festival & Workshops!

The Maui Photo Festival & Workshops, slated for September 16-20, 2009 at the Hyatt Regency Maui Resort & Spa, will blend classroom sessions, location shoots, real-world assignments, photo safaris led by our professional photographers, and event-long competitions for both amateurs and pros. In the evening, we’ll gather in the Paradise Cinema, our own outdoor big-screen theater on Kaanapali Beach, to hear the life stories of our presenting professionals, learn the most creative digital…See More
Feb 1, 2009
Hawaii Web Group LLC left a comment for Maui Photo Festival & Workshops
"Just curious, who's putting this on? Is it being run by Hawaii photographers, or is there some out side agency?"
Feb 1, 2009
Hawaii Web Group LLC left a comment for Maui Photo Festival & Workshops
"See Kaanapali Beach for a map of the area that's off limits. If you're on property, you should be fine. It's just a shame that they shut this area down. There's going to be a lot of people that want to shoot on the beach during…"
Feb 1, 2009
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"Lucky our Maui Photo Festival & Workshops is hosted by the Hyatt Regency Maui Resort & Spa. Would love to hear more about the photography restrictions on public property, though. Requiring permits to conduct business on public property is…"
Jan 31, 2009
Maui Photo Festival & Workshops left a comment for Hawaii Web Group LLC
"I would love to hear about the legal restrictions of shooting on Kaanapali Beach. While areas can require permits for professional photo shoots, I would appreciate if you could post a link to the reference. Lucky for us we're on private…"
Jan 31, 2009
Hawaii Web Group LLC left a comment for Maui Photo Festival & Workshops
"Aloha! I'm very curious about your festival and workshops. I find it a bit ironic that the beach you plan on hosting the first festival in front of is one of the only ones on Maui that is not allowing professional photography anymore. Love to…"
Jan 31, 2009

Mark your calender for the third Maui Photo Festival & Workshops, August 24-28, 2011, at the Hyatt Regency Maui Resort & Spa. For more information go to www.mauiphotofestival.com

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Free class "How to kick @ss in destination wedding photography" set for May 19th

Posted on May 13, 2011 at 7:19pm 0 Comments

Maui wedding photographer to offer free class in Waikiki on May 19



Maui photographer Mike Sidney is on a roll.



With 15 years of experience and over 1000 weddings, his photographic work is earning national respect. Sidney and his images were recently showcased in the February 2011 "Weddings" issue of Rangefinder magazine, the top industry publication for photo professionals.



Sidney will be bringing all that experience to the Hyatt Regency Waikiki Beach Resort and Spa… Continue

Third Maui Photo Festival & Workshops set for August 24-28, 2011 at Hyatt Regency Maui Resort & Spa

Posted on April 23, 2011 at 10:33pm 1 Comment

What do you get when you combine a boatload of outrigger canoe paddlers, a dozen beautiful Hawaiian models and hula dancers, a cliff diver, a fire-knife dancer, doors-off helicopters, green sea turtles and leading edge professional photographers with some of the world's most photogenic locations? You have the third annual Maui Photo Festival & Workshops, set for August 24-28, 2011, at the beautiful Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa.



Earlybird rates end 4/30/11. … Continue

Class schedule available for download. MPF rate at the Hyatt Maui ends 7/25. Join us!

Posted on July 15, 2010 at 9:30am 0 Comments

We're less than six weeks away and ready to rock. Schedule of classes available at www.mauiphotofestival.com or email terrie@mauiphotofestival.com. Kamaaina discount takes $100 off the $595 price with coupon code kamaaina. Educational rate of $395 available with ID. Two-day passes will go for $395. Our MPF hotel rate at the Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa ends 7/25/10 so if you're coming to stay with us, you'll need to book now. Our content… Continue

Kamaaina Discount and full slate of presenters to the Maui Photo Festival & Workshops

Posted on July 19, 2009 at 8:46pm 2 Comments

I urge you to go to our Classes pages at the web site (www.mauiphotofestival.com) and see that we have program material that will benefit pro photographers as well as enthusiasts and newbies. Our presenters have been featured at WPPI and PPA in addition to conferences like Photoshop World. We are amazed at the support we've received from our presenters and now hope that Hawaii folk can see the value we're bringing. We have more Photoshop training in one even than has ever been presented before… Continue

Call for images of Hawaii by Hawaii photographers

Posted on July 19, 2009 at 8:19pm 0 Comments

The first Maui Photo Festival & Workshops (MPF) plans to celebrate the beauty of Hawaii as captured by local photographers. If that includes you, here's how to get involved:



The opening reception for the four-day festival, set for September 16-20, 2009 at the Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa, will include an multimedia show produced by MPF presenter and Canon Explorer of Light Eddie Tapp.



Eddie is asking for images of Hawaii by Hawaii photographers, highlighting the… Continue

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At 1:03pm on February 1, 2009, Hawaii Web Group LLC said…
Just curious, who's putting this on? Is it being run by Hawaii photographers, or is there some out side agency?
At 1:01pm on February 1, 2009, Hawaii Web Group LLC said…
See Kaanapali Beach for a map of the area that's off limits.

If you're on property, you should be fine. It's just a shame that they shut this area down. There's going to be a lot of people that want to shoot on the beach during the festival. Maybe you can work something out temporarily.

This is from the DLNR website:
"The area between the
northern boundary of Ka'anapali Beach at
Papakea/Ka'anapali Shores and the southern
boundary at Waihikuli Road, is under the
jurisdiction of the Division of Boating and
Ocean Recreation (DOBOR). Applications for
any commercial permits in this area must
be made to DOBOR and must receive approval
from the Board of Land and Natural
Resources."
At 10:35pm on January 31, 2009, Maui Photo Festival & Workshops said…
Lucky our Maui Photo Festival & Workshops is hosted by the Hyatt Regency Maui Resort & Spa. Would love to hear more about the photography restrictions on public property, though. Requiring permits to conduct business on public property is nothing new.
At 9:41pm on January 31, 2009, Hawaii Web Group LLC said…
Aloha! I'm very curious about your festival and workshops. I find it a bit ironic that the beach you plan on hosting the first festival in front of is one of the only ones on Maui that is not allowing professional photography anymore.

Love to hear more!
 
 
 

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