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Photos are easy to take in Huntington Beach, a beautiful beach location from the Stock Photographer. Attractions and colorful landmarks in this resort destination include Huntington Beach Pier, sunsets, Main Street, surfers, surfing culture, special events such as BMX, Beach Games, Paintball, Volleyball, US Open of Surfing, Concours D' Elegance, Duck-A-Thon, Polar Plunge, Santa Claus on Main Street, Pier Snowflake Lights, Oktoberfest, Band Concerts, Pier Plaza, Duke Statue, Surfing Museum, Bar Hopping, Beaches, Waves, Kites, Skating, Shops and Restaurants all are perfect for pictures. Please enjoy looking at the pictures but do not copy them. The photography appearing here is copyright protected and are not permitted for use anywhere else. Thank you, STOCKTEAM.COM. NOTE: We're overhauling the photo section, keeping some of the classic images, but adding more fun! Stay tuned while we get this worked out.  


Huntington Beach Pier collage Orange sunset  

Swimsuit Fashion

HB Pier Photos Sunset Gallery Old Photos (20) Surfing  

Santas High Five

BMX bicyclist




Christmas @ Beach

Events Calendar Event Photos  

Blue Poodle Skirt


Paintball NPPL

Civil War HB

Concours d'Elegance

4th of July Parade (20)


pug dog    


Aerial Photos HB Restaurants

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Bolsa Chica wetlands bird

church picture


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This & That Huntington Harbour HB Parks  (62)

Church Gallery


ocean and rocks beach crowd at Zack's
pier plaza palms & people
Life's a Beach in HB
Slide show
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Huntington Videos Milford Zornes  
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Classic Cruiser
woody car cruises Main






  What's your favorite?

Summer tan coming on!

US Open Limbo Low

Spray Tatto

Millions of photographs of Huntington Beach have been taken and shared with family and friends throughout the world. Photographers and travelers bring their cameras to pictures of the Huntington Beach Pier, the Bolsa Chica Wetlands and all the beaches and surfing. While in Huntington Beach, you'll find photo labs that develop your film in an hour. Most are equipped to make photos from digital media. While none of these labs are located in the downtown Huntington Beach region, disposable film cameras and film are sold in shops along Main Street and at the beach. Photographers seeking digital media memory sticks and smart memory cards can drive to Staples at Seacliff Shopping Center located at Main and Yorktown. Computers, software, printers, digital cameras and a copy center are all located in one location.

PHOTO TIPS: Photographs of sunsets in Huntington Beach are fairly simple to take with the correct lighting and some strategic framing. Sunrises and sunsets are different every day of the year and the spectrum of colors can change each day as well as each minute during the last phases of the sunset. There's nothing as relaxing and inspiring as taking a picture of the sun setting over the world-famous Huntington Beach Pier. This pier has been the landmark and centerpiece of Huntington Beach for over 100 years since it was first built in 1904. 

● The sun sets during the Huntington Beach summer from 7 to 8 p.m. In October before Daylight Savings Time, the sunsets occur at around 6 p.m. There's a good 20 minute window of opportunity to take photos before the sun is out of view.

● Even after it has disappeared, the sky can put on a show of colors. Keep photographing, even though your eyes tell you it is dark. Simply plan the appropriate exposure for sky lighting and bracket on manual settings, if possible. If your camera is fully automatic, try pointing the camera to slightly different points of interest in the center of the viewing screen (most camera light meters are center-weighted, choosing the subject in the middle of the viewfinder as most important for lighting.

● Stay after dark and wait for the lights of the pier to come on. Believe it or not, you can still get some awesome photos from the south side of the pier. If you do not have a tripod, there are several cement posts with flat surfaces in the public parking lot on the south side of the Huntington Beach Pier next to Duke's restaurant that you can use as makeshift tripods.

About the photographer: Debbie Stock is an award winning photographer, webmaster and press/public relations professional in Huntington Beach, California. She has provided photos to State of California Visitor Guides, six Huntington Beach Visitor Guides and calendars, postcards, brochures, newspapers, magazines and more. Her most recent credit is an international award for her team efforts in building the Huntington Beach Conference and Visitors Bureau website, which she worked on for two years. Debbie Stock is a credentialed member of the National Press Photographers Association, North American Travel Journalists Association and Outdoor Writers Association of California. She is a also a member of California Travel Industry Association, Orange County Tourism Council, Soroptimist International Huntington Beach and Fundraising Chair for the Huntington Beach 4th of July Parade. You can contact her at 714.847.3277 or send mail to California Travel News, PO Box 947, Sunset Beach, CA 90742. Stock's photos are all copyrighted and may not be used for other websites or publishing purposes per the U. S. Copyright Act.

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