New Manhattan Beach photography website on Smugmug

New website for Graham and Graham Phootgraphy
New website for Graham and Graham Photography, Manhattan Beach based documenters of weddings, Bar/Bat Mitzvahs, family photos and corporate and actor headshots.

We have a new website for our photography activities, hosted on the fabulous Smugmug platform.
Graham and Graham Photography is operated with son Sam Graham, he of YouTube animation and Juxtapoz magazine fame.
Manhattan Beach at sunset
We’re Manhattan Beach based portrait photographers, and specialize in weddings, business headshots and corporate executive portraits, Bar/Bat Mitzvahs and family photos.
Our new website was built on the Smugmug website. It frankly was a little challenging to set-up, but through the fantastic assistance of the Smugmug “Support Heroes” in online chat, and the live demo by Smugmug’s Sean Rogan at a recent trade show, we got it, and couldn’t be happier with the way it came out, and looks. (And we love that Smugmug is also family run.)
Now adding new pages, folders and galleries is a snap. And if there’s a question–we can always find one of those Support Heroes to help out–at least Monday through Friday.
Here’s our portrait of the son and father who run Smugmug, Don and Chris MacAskill. Thanks again guys!
Chris and Don MacAskill, Smugmug

Zion NP in 360

Zion National Park in 360

Having fun with the Ricoh Theta S camera at Zion National Park in Utah, for 360 degree, ultra-wide panoramics. When you’re in this kind of beauty, you can never be too wide, right? And how about that sun?

Zion NP in 360
Documenting the beauty of Zion National Park with the Ricoh Theta S camera, in 360 degrees.
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Zion NP
Zion National Park in 360
A 360 selfie at Zion NP
Jefferson Graham takes a 360 selfie at Zion National Park in Springdale, Utah with the Ricoh Theta S camera by the Zion Lodge.

Have Martin, will travel

Jefferson Graham plays a song for Steve Edwards on Good, Day L.A. in Los Angeles
Jefferson Graham plays a song for Steve Edwards on Good, Day L.A. in Los Angeles

I always wanted to play guitar on TV, so it was really cool to bring out the Martin and demo Apple’s new Music Memos app for Steve Edwards, Maria Sansone and Araksya Karapetyan on Fox 11’s Good Day, L.A. recently. Who can name my first riff?