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Who is your Hero?

Sunday, May 16, 2010 Posted in misc

Check out this video I made for angie.  It was well worth seeing her face when I showed it to her. It takes a few minutes to load but its well worth it. Here’s to my hero.

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Front Range Colorado Wedding with Fransisco & Shavon

Saturday, May 15, 2010 Posted in Colorado Wedding Photographer

Fransisco and Shavon had a smaller wedding here in the mountians of Colorado in Genessee.  The amazing thing about where we live is that you can be in the mountians within 20 mintues.  There are a few places to get married in Genessee and because it has the mountain feel without going to far it is really popular.  This cute couple used red roses throughout their wedding and added a spanish flair with mariachi band for ceremony and reception.   It was so great to be a part of this wedding and to watch the love in their family!











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Mile High Photographers Holga Class

Thursday, May 13, 2010 Posted in wedding photographers

As I was about to go pick up our Holga film, I was finishing up some emails and thinking about how excited I am to see our photography on film….actual film!  After the Holga class we did for Mile High Photographers  last week, we dropped off our film rolls and we have had to patiently wait to see the results until today.  Part of the class that day was to decorate our cameras; because the Holga is a less expensive plastic camera it is easy to custom design it with stickers, jewels, lettering and colored tape.  It was fun to watch everyone do this and transform their camera into it’s own piece of art.  We even had a vote to see whose camera design was the best!

We spent the class in Idaho Springs and thanks to the Tommy Knocker Brewery we had our own private room to hang out in between walking around the town taking pictures.  I had to laugh at one point when some of the class ran out of film so they had moved on to their digital cameras and iphones.  We had a good group of people that day and we are so excited to see what beautiful images they captured!  We are having a gallery opening to display the work of the students in the class next week, which will be a new thing for us and I can’t wait!

All MHP members, family and friends are invited!

Friday, May 21, 2010

7:30 PM

Eliot Street Collective

2460 Eliot Street
Denver, CO 80021 US

Proceeds sold from the images will be donated to “The Advocates for Human Rights” whom is a non-profit dedicated to promoting and protecting human rights both in the US and abroad.

  • Kristi Crosson Andy and Angie, love the pics, can't wait to see your Holga images at the gallery opening. Thank you for putting on this workshop. It was a blast and definitely took me out of my comfort zone! 05.19.10, 11:21AM
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What happened to spring?

Wednesday, May 12, 2010 Posted in wedding photography

Since Colorado weather can be so unpredictable and can still snow in April I thought I would share a few pictures to cheer everyone up.  Last night was interesting with snow, hail, thunder and lighting all at the same time.  Angie and I went out last week to take faith our jack russel on a walk.  These were shot with my holgaroid and I shot them with 669.  Hopefully spring will be back soon here in colorado because we miss you.

What is a holga?

For those of you that dont know what a holga is it is a 30.00 dollar chinese toy camera.  For these shots though, a polaroid back was used, instead of 120 medium format film.  It was made to provide a cheap camera in the 80′s that would make it easy for the masses to take pictures of events and people.  Since then it has been marketed around the world and is often used as a creative camera.  The camera is very easy to use with only a few settings to learn, which adds to its appeal.  You get to spend more time thinking and composing your shots then worrying about settings.  Many of the characteristics of the camera including the heavy vignette and light leaks add to the creative “happy mistakes”.

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