Aaron with his son, DallinI’m a hobby photographer from Utah Valley who just enjoys shooting pictures. For Christmas 2005 I made a calendar with some of my favorite shots for a few family members that got a lot of nice comments (from others not them… they are biased). I also shot some engagement pictures for my brother-in-law and his fiance, and then followed the “real” photographer around at their wedding and got some pretty decent shots that also got some complements.

I thought, why not try to make it a little more then a hobby. So up came this site as a place to show off some of my work.

If by chance you would like to purchase a print of anything you see here, please purchase them here. I’d love to make back a little bit of the camera costs. 😉


As of June 2008 I am shooting with a Canon EOS 40D.  Prior to that I shot with a Canon Rebel XT which has moved to the role of backup.  Now I am coveting the new 5d mark II. Which won’t be mine for a few years.

Camera History

Here is my camera history from most recent, to way back in the day… just for fun:


  1. Emily Patton Johnson says:

    Aaron I randomly found your picture of the Mount Timpanogos temple while searching Google. I was looking for a picture for my home here in CA. I believe we grew up together in Provo, in the Sunset Stake. I graduated from Provo High in ’94, I also have a son named Dallin. I also have twin 3 year old girls. I ordered your beautiful picture and can’t wait to have it in my home. I will tell all of my friends about your website. Your pictures are beautiful! Congratulations on your beautiful family!

  2. Aaron Barker says:

    Funny. When I saw the name on the order the first thing I thought was “I wonder if…”, and then thought “nah… what are the odds”. Guess I was right the first time.

    I hope you enjoy the print in your home. Let me know how it turns out for you!

  3. Julie Jackson says:

    Dear Aaron,
    Your work is amazing, Ilove the pictures of the temples. While looking at them I saw that you have a slide show of the temples. We are going to have a fireside on temples for our youth befor we go to the Draper temple open house, is there any way to buy your slide show or down load it?

  4. Aaron Barker says:

    Hmm. Didn’t know that I had a slideshow. I guess you could have run into the place where the pictures are hosted for printing, where they make one on the fly. So that one isn’t really downloadable.

    I might be able make one up if I get a few minutes. What would you be running it on? Computer, DVD, etc? When would you need it by?

    Email me at aaron at aaronbarkerphotography dot com with the details and I’ll see if I can get something together.

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