Category Archives: Fine art photography

There are two words that come to mind when we think of Dave and Meg, LOVE and FRIENDSHIP. Their engagement session in New Orleans was a blast, and we could not wait to photograph their wedding! Meg and Dave are from Memphis, TN and because they wanted a destination wedding in Louisiana, the couple had an intimate wedding […]

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The OVRFLO exhibit was a resounding success! Aaron was so pleased to be able to present his underwater fine art photography at the Healthcare Gallery on January 30, 2016. We could not believe all the people that came out to support his artistic endeavor; Baton Rouge seems to craving the arts. We had professionals, college age, even […]

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Louisiana photographer Aaron Hogan of Eye Wander Photo  showcases his unique underwater photography  with an exhibit entitled OVRFLO Photographer Aaron Hogan will host an art reception showcasing some of his most recent underwater photography work on January 30, 2016 in Baton Rouge. The exhibit, entitled OVRFLO, features a selection of Aaron’s most prized underwater photos featuring dancers, […]

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  The sisters Rebecca (on left) and Maddie Nichols had a blast at their spontaneous family photo shoot with Aaron Hogan in downtown Baton Rouge. These girls are almost joined at the hip. Returning home for Christmas to her parents’ house in Denham Springs, Louisiana, Rebecca (16) and Maddie (14), a young actress, set out […]

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After photographing a New York medical conference in the French Quarter of New Orleans, I took my wife to Jackson Square at night where we had beignets and coffee at Cafe Du Monde. Noticing the intense fog and moist streets, we walked to St. Louis Cathedral, my wife holding her cafe au lait, and I […]

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Happy Sunday. Enjoy this lotus flower I photographed at the LSU Rural Life Museum on a rainy day like today. Hopefully it will brighten your spirits. Taken with a Nikon D4, 105mm 2.8 micro lens; ISO800; 1/640th sec at f3.2

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