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Woodshop and some wedding inspiration

Wednesday, August 10, 2011 Posted in Photographer

A few weeks ago Andy & I took a road trip with our dog up to Montana to second shoot a wedding with a friend there.  It was a complete adventure and one of the reasons we both LOVE this career!  We made the long trek through the entire state of Wyoming which was rather pretty and came across a few tourist traps we happily stopped for including the battle where General Custer had his last stand.

We took 2 days to arrive in the little city of Helena, MT and took many, many photos along the way.  The next day we went to the wedding where learned about the amazing sunsets in MT and also the giant mosquitos.  The wedding was really nice and we had a lot of fun shooting the with talented Chris Rebo.

While we were up there we had decided to do a workshop and with so many people attending from all over the state we were so glad we did!  I’m not sure to describe the day, it was so much fun and made many new friends throughout.

The first part of the day we were at a beautiful ranch, Kleffner Ranch where we had a styled shoot and talked about lighting.  We were able to go over posing with our models, how to take beautiful detail shots and  and how to use light.  I fell in love with the designed table that was created by Andy & our host Chris Rebo from all of the random things we picked up along our journey.  The whole table was created with things Andy & I picked up at many different antique and thrift shops and it came together so well!

We even had a cake made from Vanilla Bean Bakery, which the whole crew got to enjoy after the shoot!

We had such a great group of people and we are so thankful we got to spend the day with them!  We also had a great couple to model for us with some beautiful accessories from Brides & Beaux.

I wanted to share some of the pictures from the styled part of the shoot the first half of the day that were taken with film!

Also a quick shot from one of our attendees, Jeremiah Daniel Photography from the class in action!

I will post some digital shots from the rest of the day walking around town and random ones from our whole trip back through Yellowstone in the next week as well!

  • sara t Simply beautiful work. 08.11.11, 11:04AM
  • todd Nice film work, I am in love with the color 08.14.11, 10:33PM
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Tuesday Shoesday Colorado Wedding

Tuesday, August 02, 2011 Posted in Colorado Wedding Photographer

We just got back from a great wedding in Glenwood Springs, so I don’t have a whole wedding ready to show.  Shoes say a lot about the people that wear them especially at a wedding.  With so many color choices and designs the choices are almost endless.

Classic white shoes with a fun bow say something as well.  Hope you enjoy picking yours.

Taken with Kodak Portra 400

  • Charlotte So beautiful. The DOF is amazing! 09.03.11, 11:31AM
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Dog at Colorado Wedding

Wednesday, July 27, 2011 Posted in Colorado Wedding Photographer

If you have read this blog for any amount of time you know how much Angie and I love animals.  We especially love dogs.  We love seeing people incorporate things that they love in their wedding.  At a wedding recently at Arrowhead Golf course the couple dressed up their dog and everyone had a lot of fun watching their family pet be part of their amazing day.  I wanted to show it I hope it brings a smile to your face.

For the photographers shot with Fuji pro400h film

  • Susan Lapene Love the colors. Great idea with having the family dog be part of the wedding 07.28.11, 01:22AM
  • Michael That dog is awesome! 08.31.11, 01:06AM
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More Senior Portraits

Monday, July 25, 2011 Posted in portraits

A change of pace a few more senior portraits.  Love the old train, the leading lines, and the dramatic light.  Pretty cool senior picture.

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