PRLog - Dec. 2, 2012 - DENVILLE, N.J. -- Martial arts photography requires specialized skills. It’s very different from regular studio portraits or other sports photography. In addition to having excellent photography skills, the photographer must be able to capture your martial arts moves as well as who you are as a martial artist.
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"We capture and showcase your passion for martial arts. If you are a martial arts enthusiast who would like to preserve your favorite martial arts memories forever, you are at the right place," says Hueina Su, owner of Martial Arts Photo Studio in Morris County, NJ.
Su is a decorated medal-winning martial artist in Taekwondo, Chinese Wushu, traditional Kung Fu and Tai Chi. She has more than 25 years of experience in photography.
"Our martial arts photography team consists of a champion Black Belt martial artist and expert in martial arts photography and assistants experienced in different martial arts styles as well as photography. You have trained so hard. You deserve to have the best photographer to capture and preserve your best moves and proudest moments in martial arts. We can do that for you!" Su says.
The rigorous black-belt training, competition experiences and intimate knowledge in various styles of martial arts is priceless! That means our photographer knows what martial arts moves look good, what angle to take the shots, and how to anticipate and capture them at the perfect timing for you.
"We will come to your martial arts school, martial arts tournament, or a location of your choice. It saves you precious time, money and energy. This will also help you perform your best, and guarantee the best possible photo shoot to showcase your martial arts skills," Su says.
You have trained so hard to get to where you are in martial arts. Don’t you want to preserve your best martial arts moves and proudest moments forever?