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Meet Daniel Huerta of D-One Productions in Yorba Linda

Today we’d like to introduce you to Daniel Huerta.

Daniel, let’s start with your story. We’d love to hear how you got started and how the journey has been so far.
I have led quite an exciting life to say the least. In 2002, I started managing bands, and have been lucky enough to travel the world for fifteen years. During this time, I bought myself a camera because I have always had a passion for capturing moments. In 2013, I decided to stop touring full time, and was privileged enough to work for Jon Lovitz for three years. During that time, I decided to make photography more than a passion; I wanted to make it a career.

My dream was to open up my own Photo Studio, and now that dream has come to fruition. Now, no matter where I am, whether it’s traveling the world, or in my studio, I truly love the creativity and freedom that photography brings to my life.

Great, so let’s dig a little deeper into the story – has it been an easy path overall and if not, what were the challenges you’ve had to overcome?
The photography business is full of its challenges. You have full creativity and freedom, however with that freedom comes obstacles. Do people like your photos? Do they feel a connection with what you’re doing? You have to take everything into consideration. Clients need to feel comfort that if and when they decide to hire you, you are going to make their dreams of perfect photos for their occasion a reality.

Please tell us about D-One Productions.
D-One Productions is a full service photography company. We believe in being a well-rounded company, to service any and all clients that may come our way. From in studio portraits and headshots, to full event photography, we aim to provide the best photos for people to look at for years to come. We want people to be able to look back at photos years down the line and remember that moment just like it was yesterday.

Do you look back particularly fondly on any memories from childhood?
It’s hard for me to narrow down one particular memory in general, but one that always sticks out in my head would be when I was 6. I was dropped off at school like it was a normal day, but about an hour in, my parents took me out of class and told my brothers and I that they had a surprise for us. We drove and drove, and kept asking what we were doing, and where we were going, but they wouldn’t tell us. Until we arrived. It was Disneyland. I was so excited that I basically jumped out of the car. I don’t recall why I was so excited, but it felt like I had never been there before.

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