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Garden of the Gods Club Wedding with Phil & Amanda

Tuesday, January 18, 2011 Posted in Colorado Wedding Photographer

Phil & Amanda were married in Colorado Springs at a beautiful Catholic Church, St. Paul’s with a reception that followed at the incredible Garden of the Gods Club.   Their wedding was very classy right down to the gold lettering on the cake.  Her bridesmaids wore a tea length bronze colored dress and carried colorful bouquets full of white, yellow and red roses.   Their ceremony was full of emotions and after they floated back down the aisle all smiles we headed out to a few fun spots we had scouted out for their pictures.

The Garden of the Gods Club being our favorite spot with it’s amazing views, huge green lawn and beautiful, odd shaped little pool.  Phil & Amanda had a large wedding and we spotted them sneaking off a few times throughout the reception to be alone and enjoy each other.  This was great for us because we were able to capture some beautiful moments candidly with the views all around them.

Two of the large tables were full of Phil’s tennis team and before dinner Andy was able to take the entire team out to the tennis court for pictures.  It’s always fun to learn about our clients lives and incorporate those details into their wedding photos!

A few weeks ago Andy did a post on their wedding ceremony and here are some more of our favorite images from that day!

  • Christina with Garden of the Gods Club What a beautiful wedding this was, and your photos are absolutely gorgeous. My favorite is probably the reflection pool shot, but I also love the creativity of the tennis court photo featuring the groomsmen. 01.18.11, 06:32PM
  • Brooke Wow, beautiful photos! I love the bouquet shot, it's very different and unique! 02.07.11, 02:26PM
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Passion for photography

Monday, January 17, 2011 Posted in portraits

Angie ran across this last week and had to show me.  I am really glad that she did.  This video really shows the passion and the way someone sees the world can come across in their photography.  I thought the photography was incredibly beautiful and this women had an interesting way of seeing the world.  She really had an eye for composition, which I think came naturally to her.  I really enjoyed many of her portraits.  Even though many would not be a portrait that the subject would want themselves.  I have always Composition is an interesting subject, and I have some views on whether it can actually be taught since we have taught classes before at the community college.  It comes innately to many, and some can’t master it even after years of education and practice.  I hope that you enjoy this  video of Vivian Mair’s work,  I know I did.

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Images feature on Bridal Insider

Thursday, January 13, 2011 Posted in misc

We wanted to say thank you to Bridal Insider for featuring some of our images .  You can see more images from Paul and Megan’s wedding at Phipps Mansion at Phipps Mansion I and Phipps Mansion II.  The article talks about the use of purple in weddings so if you are thinking about using it you may find some useful information.

You can see the article here http://www.bridalinsider.com/index.php/san-diego-weddings-eye-candy/94-eye-candy-color-story-deep-purple-a-apple-green

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Follow Me (film)

Wednesday, January 12, 2011 Posted in wedding photography

I have come to the conclusion that I will never catch this blog up even though I blog a few times a week.  The massive amount of images that we shoot each year yield so much work I want to share, but can’t possibly get to without hiring someone to write the blog for us.  That just wouldn’t be any fun.  You would never get a sense of what Angie and I are about.  Never learn those things that you don’t really want to know.   Picking images when we first started out was not hard.  We of course just picked the one that was in focus and properly exposed (lol). Now its a lot more daunting.  It is part of the reason it has been so easy to share single images.  Many of these images stand out, I can tell you about them without looking through our portfolio.

Here is one such film image taken at a wedding this year in  the Ouray area.  It was perfectly timed for the changing of the leaves and the weather was beautiful.  I love the brides smile and if I was being a sappy photographer the story the image tells.  I see this image as a metaphor for marriage.  Smiling having a good time through life, helping each other up and around obstacles. The image say’s follow me. Sometimes leading, sometimes following.

I have had a few people ask whats up the water.  This is down from Red Mountain.  The water has a lot of mineral deposits in some spots its almost copper.

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