Friday 27 January 2023
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#13 Ethan Tweedie, Hawaii, Architecture & Earning Success

Ethan Tweedie

Ethan Tweedie

I have been REALLY excited to share this conversation!

Ethan Tweedie from Kamuela, Hawaii, joins episode #13 of Intrepid Photography Radio. I’ve been excited to share Ethan’s story for 2 reasons:

1. He’s making his living as a Photographer in a unique niche–architectural, commercial, and luxury vacation rental photography. [This conversation gave me an appreciation for the difficulty of this work.]

2. I’ve known Ethan for 5 years now, and I don’t think I’ve seen anyone progress in the craft as quickly as Ethan. How has he done it? That’s a significant section of this conversation.

Other than Ethan’s specific tips for attaining excellence, he’ll also share how to break into the market of luxury architectural photography.

And we close our conversation with the discussion of this “Halo/Space Invaders/Ghostbusters” image:


If you want to live vicariously through Ethan, and keep up with his work, be sure to check him out at, on Instagram at EthanTweedie, or on Facebook here.

And as promised, here is the link to the previously recorded interview with Cris Duncan.

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Bill Ramsey

BILL RAMSEY's curiosity has led him through pursuits in Ministry, Photography, Writing, Speaking, and Salesmanship. Along the way, Bill has gleaned an exotic collection of insights from his wildly diverse encounters. Bill lives in Canton, GA, with his first girlfriend/wife of 14 years, and 3 entrepreneurial kids. He brushes his hair with a safety razor.

One thought on “#13 Ethan Tweedie, Hawaii, Architecture & Earning Success

  1. Ethan Tweedie

    Bill thank you again for featuring my story on Intrepidnow!!!

    Here are a couple links I mentioned in the interview:

    Lots of great teachers on but I love Chris Orwig’s courses!

    For more information on the lasers and Adaptive Optic Lasers please watch the TED Talk with Andrea Ghez Astronomer at UCLA. She was the Astronomer who was using the W.M. Keck Observatory telescopes on the night the image was taken.

    The science gather that night led to this article in National Geographic!



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