MC Perry HS Boys Hoops

The Samurai is a fitting mascot for these guys, ’cause they were slicing and dicing the competition this weekend. I’m not saying that the fact that they received these Bad A$$ images just before the games gave them fuel for the fire, but I’d like to think so. Congrats guys on the wins!

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Christopher Photographic | Iwakuni Photographer

J Rick Martin - love this ….good job especially the team portrait!

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Mizuki’s Kimono Portraits

An absolutely delightful young lady in her kimono at the Kintai. Mizuki is attending college for her degree in music and spent some time on a break to visit her family here in Iwakuni and to participate in her “Seijin no Hi” or “Coming of Age” day. She is the first Japanese national that I have photographed for portraits, and save for the slight language barrier, the session went very well and was a lot of fun. It was a cold day and while I was all bundled up and warm, Mizuki braved the chill and we came away with some great images of this amazing and beautiful young woman.

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Christopher Photographic | Iwakuni Photographer

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Kesic Wedding

With a quaint ceremony at the base chapel, a few friends and close family that traveled a long way to be here, these two married on a warm summer day that was perfect for the occasion. Their reception was then held at a wonderful vacation get-a-way on a  small island about 45 minutes from Iwakuni where we captured some of these great images.

I just love the black & white treatment for these. The brides dress and the traditional Navy uniform make these images timeless.

Were these taken in 2013 or 1913?

Congratulations again Keelhan and Terri!

Christopher Photographic | Iwakuni Photographer

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