Photographers in Thailand for Family, Vacation, Birth
Bangkok, Nonthaburi, Nakhon Ratchsima, Chiang Mai, Hat Yai, Udon Thani, Pak Kret
If you’re looking for the best way to always remember family celebrations, dinner parties, vacations, and outdoor adventures, a documentary photographer can help you with an outdoor or in-home family photo session. Find the perfect and most qualified photographer today with the Thailand Family Photojournalist Association:
Map of FPJA Family Photographers Serving Thailand
4 Available Documentary Family Photographers...
Aht YomYai International Award Winning Wedding Photographer got over 10 years experiences in photography with guaranteed of prestige photography awards .He is considered one of Thailand respective photographers .He is also certified photographer by international photography association, WPJA (Wedding Photojournalist Association ). Aht Yomyai to be selected as an official ASEAN photographer , it is an assignment which I am most proud of. It was just a minute but real pressure. It cant be failed when standing and facing Hillary Clinton, the secretary of state and the followers. This task was the most challenged part in my life as a photographer.
As a father of two, I found documentary photography is the best way to capture pictures of my family. I believe that the best smiles are those we are not forced to. Although it takes a lot of efforts and anticipation to capture the moment with this photography style, the outcomes are authentic and much more meaningful. There is no need to over makeup or dress up for our ‘Day in the Life’ session. I normally don’t direct you what to do or where to look. Basically, it is just me being there observing how the event or your day unfolds, find its natural beauty and capture the moments from my perspective. That is my style of photography.
My specialty is creative documentary family photography, weaving moments into my images that are iconic symbols of the day. With a background in photojournalism, I am a storyteller at heart and have been recognized internationally for my work.
I studied History back in my University time, but besides my major study, I joined a documentary filmmaking course taught by a local veteran producer. That was when I started to discover my interest in videography and photography. Once graduated in 2008, I saved most of my salary from my first job and bought my first ever camera. I became more addicted to photography, and especially family photojournalism, because it has the magic to freeze a moment and tell a great story. Thanks to another experienced teacher, I was able to learn from him more advanced photographic techniques and philosophy, and gradually I have engaged myself with wedding and family photography.