Request for Photographers

This page is for requests that the Eyes of Hawaii receives to photography events. If you see an event that you are interested in, please send an email to the requesting organization.

My name is Rachael and I am the volunteer coordinator for Smart Trees Pacific, a local urban forestry non-profit based on O'ahu. We are hosting our annual Arbor Day tree give-a-way events on November 2nd, 2019 and are in search of volunteer photographers to capture some images of the events going on in Honolulu and Kailua. I have attached some information about the event to this email. 

Would it be possible to share this opportunity with the members of your club? 

I appreciate your time and consideration, and please let me know if you have any questions. Interested volunteers can sign up here

Mahalo nui loa and I look forward to hearing from you,


Rachael Cleveland
Volunteer Coordinator
Project Consultant
Smart Trees Pacific
Cell: 916-458-2088


Kaimuki Christmas Parade and Tree Lighting

The Kaimuki Business and Professional Association is seeking photographers for their annual Christmas Parade to be help on Thursday, December 5 from 6 to 8pm. Best lighting is by Central Pacific Bank at Waialae and 10th which is also where the MC and TV Crews will be. Pictures can be sent to Mahlon Moore at


Blue Hawaii Photo Tours is Looking for Photographer Guides

Outgoing - Loves People & Sharing Photo Tips,
Hawaiian History, Culture & Geology
Will Train the right person
Check out reviews on Trip Advisor

Independent Contractor - On call basis, flexible schedule

Resume, Paragraph about yourself and Link to work.


If you know someone who has experience in shooting action sports, has the proper equipment and interested in working with us, please send them the following link to be included in our photographer database.

Thank you.
Eddie Silvers
Director of Global Operations



AARP Hawaii is looking for landscape photographs taken in the State of Hawaii to feature every Friday on their Facebook Page. Photo Credit will be given.

Email photos to: Craig Gima, Director of Communications for AARP Hawaii at

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