Hubbard Photography consists of the award winning husband and wife team of Bob and Susan Hubbard, Professional photographers bringing over fifteen years of photographic and martial arts experience to every shoot. Utilizing professional equipment and techniques they ensure that your martial arts event, school or students receive the utmost in customer service and quality products.
Our photographic style combines traditional portraiture, with modern journalistic and artistic aspects to produce unique and memorable images that you will cherish for years to come.
Hubbard photography shoots with Canon DSLR cameras, Alien Bee and Canon lighting, as well as Canon, Sigma and Tamron lenses to ensure that your photos have the best resolution, color and clarity possible.
Hubbard Photography uses only professional level print labs. Our preferred lab is Millers, who are the people behind the popular MPix photo print site. Millers is the largest professional lab organization in the United States, with a 44,000-square-foot facility in Columbia, Missouri and an 88,000-square-foot facility in Pittsburg, Kansas.
We stand behind our work, and guarantee you will be happy with your photos.
About Bob Hubbard, Professional Martial Arts Photographer
Bob is an award winning and internationally renowned professional photographer who has been doing martial arts photography since 2005. Bob got his start shooting martial arts while working with Datu Tim Hartman of the World Modern Arnis Alliance. Since then he has photographed numerous martial arts events, camps and seminars. He has done student portraits, martial arts equipment photos, as well as his unique portrait art featuring martial arts instructors including Grand Master Michael Giron, Datu Dieter Knüttel & Grand Master Bobby Taboada from around the world. His photos have won several awards, and his martial arts portraits hang in martial arts schools world wide.
Susan is an award winning portrait photographer. She works one on one with her clients to ensure that their experience of being photographed is right for them.
Her studio sessions are laid back and informal because the best photographs of you will be when you’re looking relaxed. Her goal for your session is for it to be fun and something that you look forward to participating in, not a chore or obligation!