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Dave and Jacqui’s wedding photography in Denver

Monday, June 09, 2008 Posted in Colorado Wedding Photographer

You might remember Jacqui from her bridal portraits in downtown Denver.  They were a lot of fun!  Since Jacqui was the one who met with us about their wedding photography she had to warn us about the groom, Dave. Taking pictures with Dave and Jacqui was really easy because Dave is so funny. He was making all of us laugh so hard it was difficult to take the shots. After spending a little time with you two Andy and I know you to are meant for each other!  Thank you for letting us be a part of your wedding day!

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Andy and Angie Wood

A&A Photography

Please call us at 303.888.9394 if you have seen this Denver wedding photography and have any questions.

  • Anna Love that last ring shot...dynamite! 06.09.08, 10:51PM
  • Andrew Schaefer Great images from this wedding, I really like the one in front of the colorful wall. I hope things are going well for you two. 06.10.08, 06:17PM
  • nicole beautiful! i LOVE the one by the water! 06.11.08, 07:23AM
  • Linda Hawkins SIMPLY GEORGOUS!!! 06.12.08, 04:09PM
  • Amy Delicious light, beautiful work. 06.12.08, 06:14PM
  • Beth LOVE LOVE LOVE this whole series! You did a fantastic job and are so creative. Her gown is fabulous and that ring- WOW! I'm bookmarking your blog. :) 06.14.08, 12:12PM
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Sneak Peak of Dave and Jacqui’s wedding photography

Thursday, June 05, 2008 Posted in Uncategorized

Angie took this shot and I just think it is stunning.  This wedding photo was taken in front of the mormon temple in littleton colorado.  Enjoy more to come soon.


Couple in front of denver colorado mormon temple

  • blog stalker wowowowwwowww, omg. I want to see more 06.05.08, 02:36PM
  • acakadut wooooowwwwww ... impressive ... however, blue sky will make it even more stunning I believe :D 06.08.08, 08:16AM
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How to pick a wedding photographer – 10 top things to think about

Thursday, June 05, 2008 Posted in Colorado Wedding Photographer

Here are some things we believe you should consider when picking a photographer!

A few things to keep in mind:  You will only get to make this important decision once,  when the wedding is over there are only a few things you will have left (the ring, the dress, the wife/husband and the photography)  The photography is there to remind you of all of your hard work, the intricate details you planned and the fond memories of the day.

Top 10 things to consider when hiring a wedding photographer.

1. Talk with them on the phone if you can and don’t just email them. With email it can be hard to understand tone and context. Get to know them,  ask questions that get you closer to who they are and what makes them tick.

2. If you are in the same state make sure to meet with them. Make sure this person is someone you would like at your wedding. You may spend more time with them than family and friends on your wedding day. You want to be on the same page and click with them!

3. If you have a chance look at a full wedding. Don’t get fooled into looking just at one gallery of favorites. Make sure they are capable of creating what you expect at each and every wedding.

4. Make sure you like there style. Some photographers shoot every wedding the same hence a style emerges. Others shoot freestyle and create different looks for each client. Make sure you trust them enough to create something special for you. Another thing to think about is just because you like there style make sure it fits who you are. In other words it may look great for the last bride but not you.

5. Ask your photographer if they have a backup plan. Digital photographers rely on hard drives to archive your images. Anyone with a computer will know that computers frequently have problems. If they give you a blank stare or can’t explain what they do then you know they are unprepared. Your photographer should have your images backed up in multiple places and perhaps a copy off site. These things cost money so be prepared that photographers with good back up plans will cost more.

6. Does your wedding photographer have liability insurance. This is important because many venues will require they have insurance before they are able to provide services. It’s also good to be covered when accidents happen!

7. Ask about backup equipment. Again if you get a blank stare you know they are not prepared to shoot your wedding. They should have a at least 2 bodies for each photographer and multiple lenses and flashes. This sounds trivial but digital cameras do fail. We have had 2 cameras and two flashes stop working at a wedding before. If we were unprepared and only had two cameras we would be unable to take more photo’s. There are many photographers who do not have enough gear to shoot at weddings, so make sure to ask.

8. If they get sick what happens. If they can’t talk about it then they haven’t thought about it. The answer you want to here is that they are in professional organizations (ppa, wppi) or have other photographer friends who they have made a deal with. Make sure they will replace themselves with someone of a similar style and price point.

9. Pricing- make sure you understand what you are getting up front and their pricing practices are up front and understandable. Many photographers have introductory pricing that is back end loaded. They know that they can upsell you after the wedding.

10. Do a search on the internet to find out all you can about your photographers. Search items like there names, phone number, and business name. It is amazing what you what you can find out these days. You can find complaints, praises that they may not want you to find. The internet and information are on your side.

Andy & Angie Wood

A&A Photography



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Denver Engagement Session

Wednesday, June 04, 2008 Posted in Colorado Wedding Photographer

We recently did an engagement session here in Denver near Chatfield Reservoir! It was a beautiful afternoon and they had even bought new outfits for the occasion! It was so pretty around there we had a lot of fun just walking around and taking pictures with them. Eric and Carrie’s wedding is coming up this month in Estes Park; we are really looking forward to it! I just love the first picture; Carrie and Eric don’t usually hold hands, but instead hook their pinkies. I really think getting shots like this one show the little nuances of love and are what is so cool about photography. This engagement photo says so much……

Couple holding pinkiescouple that is soon to be married enjoying skipping rocksportrait at engagement sessiondenver engagement session

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