Many brides get really upset when it rains on their wedding day. It can cause some problems, but I can tell you that it always works out. Because of our unique way of shooting wedding photography, it creates amazing opportunities for the bride willing to brave a little wet. We are one of the few photographers that I know of that have brides saying before their wedding “I hope we get a little rain and some amazing clouds”.
So if it rains at your wedding. Take a deep breath and know that something magical is going to happen.
It is funny what we take for granted. Angie and I have grown up in Colorado our whole life. I was born in Loveland Colorado went to Columbine Highschool, then to Colorado State University, and moved back to the Littleton area. Before being a photographer, I was an IT consultant who traveled every week. I have seen a lot of the United States. There really isn’t much that compares to how beautiful Colorado can be. Getting to shoot weddings in the Colorado Mountains truly is a pleasure, and I wanted to share a few shots from a wedding we are working on. The other shot is one that we don’t often see as much because often the groom can be overlooked. Look for more coming from this Silverthorne Wedding.
Angie and I spend a lot of time putting content on this site and love to hear when people are frequent visitors. We get a lot of feedback from people in all parts of the wedding business. We know that many of our brides years after they are married stop by a few times a month to see what is going on. We have a lot of fun writing on this blog and we are so glad so many enjoy it. To help us better focus some of the material we are curious who is reading this.
We love using any kind of camera to document weddings in colorado. We have collected toy cameras, old polaroid cameras, even had a reproduction 8×10 camera with petzval lense. Andy took a few polaroids this weekend and we wanted to share them. Film and polaroid have a much different look than digital. They are not as sharp, and have muted colors. The polaroids were the first instant photograph. There is still something magical about shooting them. See if you like them. The wedding was at Ten Mile Station in Breckenridge Colorado.