We are asked by friends and family with all the types of photography why have you chosen wedding photography as your specialty. It’s a pretty simple answer. It’s challenging, and working with people on one of their happiest days can be very rewarding and a lot of fun. Our clients are great people and it’s amazing to be a part of one of the happiest days of their lives. Little sneak peak of Amy on one of of her happiest days.
I love using dramatic light in our wedding and portrait photography. Finding is not always easy. Over the years we have devised a few ways to either create it or find places that yield it. At a wedding you can’t be running all over the place trying to find the light. You have to know what areas will be like based on the direction of the light and the time of day.
Pretty much any Colorado Mountain Town is going to be a great backdrop for an engagement session. Here is another favorite of a recent engagement session in Vail.
For the photographers this was shot with a Contax 645 and Kodak portra 400
We had three weddings this weekend and 2 portrait sessions before that. To say that we are super tired would be an understatement. Since it is Monday though I wanted to make sure that you guys had a pretty image to check out. This is another shot from free to create put on by Scott Stebner. We are super appreciative of the time and effort for organizing it and allowing us to come have some fun. Lots more images soon.
We even ended up teaching some about our off camera flash and this is one of the shots that we set up and lit. We used one light but by using the sun as as second light we were able to get another two light look. One for a hair light and another as a rim light for her arms and back.