Angie and I were published in this months Rangefinder Magazine. For wedding photographers this is the equivalent of being recognized in Sports Illustrated. I read last year that they have readership of 40,000 photographers. We did the interview for it almost 6 months ago and it was really great to finally see it in print. It was especially cool since it was the wedding edition. We hadn’t recieved our copy in the mail so when we were in vegas we grabbed a few copies. After lugging them through the airport we got home to find they had sent us 6 of them and they were sitting on our doorstep:)
Angie and I think it is important to constantly challenge ourselves to get that next shot and take our photography to the next level. Part of what keeps us in the game is entering contests around the world to see how our work stacks up against the best in the industry. Out of 3000 entries this year angie and I have 3 in the top 100 (which is pretty impressive). Go and check them out throw us a vote if you get a chance:) There really is some stunning work, I am constantly amazed at the top notch work that wedding photographers around the world are producing. The real Voting for the contest
Well its snowing like crazy here in colorado as many of you already know. I posted a week ago about the Open House at the Oxford Hotel and I wanted to let you know that it has been canceled because of the weather.
Wednesday April 1st 5pm-8pm
Tim and Lisa got married at the Red Rocks Trading Post which is a beautiful spot for a ceremony. Only there was one hitch for this wedding there was a concert scheduled after they booked it. Good thing it was a concert for a band they love. You can see in one of the pictures that they even stopped to get a picture with all the people tailgating before the concert. The weather was a perfect colorado sunny day and we couldn’t have asked for more. The reception was in downtown denver at the Magnolia Hotel. If you haven’t been in the ballroom its just a stunning place to have a reception. It reminds me of many of the buildings from back east. Congratulations Tim and Lisa thank you for letting us be a part of your day.