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"I'm entering my 24th year as an independent photographer, and 30 years as a professional photographer. I'm passionate about what I do. My singular goal is exceeding your expectations. Let me make you say, 'Wow!'"— Victor Goodpasture

Victor Goodpasture Photography is one of San Diego’s (and now Hawaii's) top commercial, corporate and event photographers. Victor has been serving the San Diego, Orange County and Los Angeles corporate and hospitality communities for more than 20 years. His work includes convention, conference and trade show photography as well as corporate events, head shot stations and commercial photography.

In December 2020, Victor expanded his operations to include the Aloha State. Many companies hold their corporate and incentive travel events in Hawaii and the need for creative photography has never been greater.

His company ProDigital is one of the longest, continuously operating photo booth companies in Southern California. Started in 1998, ProDigital has handled hundreds of on-site printing events where guests receive a beautiful 5x7 print in less than a minute and a gorgeous 8x10 print in about 2 minutes. He's also one of the few photographers in the region that does greenscreen photography.

Victor recently joined the Hawai'i Visitors & Convention Bureau. While Victor does not actively seek awards, he has been recognized for his photography and work for MPI.

• 2009 San Diego Meeting Professionals International Supplier of the Year

• 1st Place Color Portraiture San Diego 2009 Fair

• 2012 Special ASMP Award at San Diego County Fair

• 2008 SDMPI President's Award

And if that wasn't enough, Victor does aerial photography, industrial photography and yes, even time-lapse photography. The bottom line is if it involves photography, Victor can do it. He encourages you to browse his web site and see the quality of his work.

Here is a quote that best describes his passion for photography.

“This is my work. My blessing, not my doom. Of all who live, I am the one by whom this work can best be done, in the right way.” — Henry Van Dyke