I’m Back In EPHQ From WPPI In Las Vegas!

Good Evening Everyone!  I’m officially back in my office in Huntington Beach after a phenomenal trip to Las Vegas for WPPI and wanted to share some thoughts with you.  BUT!  I’m not going to type it in my blog posting to you, but rather share a video with you that I recorded late Sunday night/early Monday morning.

If you’d like to see some of the nearly 3,000 photos that I shot as a Pictagerazzi for the great people at Pictage – totally check out my Facebook Fan Page.  I have so many to share with you, that it just seemed a lot faster to share them there.

This year’s WPPI took on a whole new meaning for me with the fostering of new friendships, building current ones and some very huge personal and professional break throughs.  One break through that happened inspired me both personally & professionally and that is to continue being true to yourself.  I was in an intimate group situation with fellow photographer; Jesh De Rox inspiring each other, reassuring each other that we’re not in this crazy world alone and it hit me like a 747 landed on me.  That it is ok to be who you are through & through.  I strive for it, but sometimes miss the mark & I’ll be doing more of my best to be “me” – which is such an incredibly fun thing.

So even though I’m still diggin myself out from all the correspondence and you’re thinking… Hey – I’d really like to get to know this Orange County Wedding Photographer in Huntington Beach, California, feel free to Contact Me on the Website or send me an email direct at david@esquirephotography.com.  You can also stay in touch with me in “real time” on Twitter, Facebook and my Facebook Fan Page too.  Or get old school & send me a text message to my iPhone.

And, speaking of iPhones – the video was shot on my iPhone and there was no post done to it as well.

Have a super night & stay tuned for more good things coming your way (like the McTographer T Shirts!) – cheers!

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