Press Release: Just In Time For Earth Day: Orange Goes Green

2017-07-25T15:35:56-07:00By |Categories: News, Press Releases|Tags: , , |

On April 13th 2009 Orange Photography was officially certified “green” by the San Francisco Department of the Environment’s Green Business Program, making them the only recognized “green” photography studio in the city and county of San Francisco.

San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) April 22, 2009 — On April 13th 2009 Orange Photography was officially certified “green” by the San Francisco Department of the Environment’s Green Business Program, making them the only recognized “green” photography studio in the […]

March Promotion: PR Photo Package

2017-07-24T20:46:21-07:00By |Categories: News, Promotions|Tags: , |


Generate Valuable Buzz for 2009 with our P.R. Photo Special!

We’re offering 90 minutes of P.R. photography coverage with 24hr delivery of three (3) press-ready high-res images (over 25% off!).
See some of our PR work.

$250 – if booked this month for a March 2009 date.
$300 – if booked this month for ANY 2009 date (date can be TBD/2009)

This promotion is available through March 31st.
Call our sales […]

Mexican soccer great Ramon Ramirez

2017-07-24T20:46:25-07:00By |Categories: Event, Point of View|Tags: , , , |

ramon ramirezThis week was the Mexico vs. Sweden friendly over at MCafee Coliseum over in Oakland and we were hired for a public relations shoot which involved Ramon Ramirez. It’s always interesting working with people who have a fan base and Ramirez’s fans were ecstatic to have the opportunity to meet him. He was very gracious and friendly to everyone and it didn’t feel […]

Civil Rights and the Asian Law Caucus

2017-07-24T20:46:28-07:00By |Categories: Event, Point of View|Tags: , , , |

Being half-Japanese, but 100% American, I’ve always been fascinated about the Japanese internment during World War II.  Since I grew up away from the West I didn’t really know anyone who was interned until I moved out to California.  Well, we were hired to shoot the opening of the new Asian Law Caucus building at the edge of North Beach & Chinatown and the daughter of Fred Korematsu who was the Japanese-American who sued the US […]

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