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Images of a Bride

Friday, March 25, 2011 Posted in Denver Wedding Photographer

It’s friday. Wedding season is almost in full effect. I still have a little time to spend experimenting with processing and album design. I stayed up late last night playing around and I really like how this one turned out. The image is dramatic and colorful.

  • nicole WOW. 03.26.11, 01:07AM
  • Dillon Gray Fantastic photo! Well done! 03.27.11, 02:18AM
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First Dance Elegance and Love

Wednesday, September 29, 2010 Posted in Denver Wedding Photographer

Candid moments happen at every wedding, and we try to always be there for the special looks and moments.  Most of the time its experience and skill that bring home the image.  I have shot enough weddings to position myself for the best light, and which lenses will yield a great candid.  Some of that is going on in this image.  I will be honest though where the focus fell on this image would have been very difficult during a first dance.  I am not going to complain, the image that I got is one of my favorite first dance shots I have every taken.

Mindi, was nothing but pure elegance on her wedding day.  You can see it in this image, beautiful and striking.  Chris his expression can’t be set up, it cant be faked.  That is love.  That is what it looks like.

  • Angela So gorgeous. 10.01.10, 07:34PM
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Wedding & Portrait Photographers International – 2010!

Thursday, March 04, 2010 Posted in Denver Wedding Photographer

I can’t believe it’s here, but WPPI 2010 is starting!  Andy & I are leaving for Las Vegas for the convention and we are super excited!  This year we are doing a Platform class on SEO & Web presence.  The class will be on  Tuesday Evening in Room 306 and 307 at 6:30 PM.  We have a ton of things to give away throughout the class and a fun surprise guest to introduce us!  We are excited to share some of the tools Andy & I are  using on the web with our own business and can’t wait to learn from some of the best wedding photographers in our industry.  Can’t wait to see you all there!

Colorado Photographers-  We have a ” Colorado Crew” T-shirt we made just for you.  To get it you must do this

1.  Twitter that you are going to our program at WPPI and include @andyangiewood

2.  Be to the class 15 minutes early and sit in the front. First 20 will receive shirts

For our clients-  We will be out of Town for the next week and will have limited time for email and phone.  We will get back with everyone as soon as we are back.  If you need us for an emergency we can be reached at 303.888.9394

Some fun ones

Here are few pictures from last year. Thank you to our friend Kent Meireis Photography for taking this pictures for us.

Apparently this shot shows it lol.

  • james w Who is Andy and Angie WOO??? Loved your class, you were both great, and Marilyn, that must have been the WOO. 03.17.10, 02:17AM
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10 tips for your first time at WPPI

Wednesday, March 03, 2010 Posted in Denver Wedding Photographer

WPPI is coming up next week.  Over 12,000 photographers will descend on Las Vegas at the MGM for the largest Wedding and Portrait Convention in the World.  Here are a few tips that will hopefully make the trip more enjoyable for you if its your first time.  Some of these tips might even help some of the guys that have been going every year. Its always a good idea to go through the programming guide and right down things you might like to do and times.  You don’t have to stick to it but if you wait until you are there you may forget much of it.  

1.  Wear Comfortable shoes- Yes its a bit of a fashion show sometimes, but make sure to pack some shoes that you can do a lot of walking.  The MGM if you have never been there is a huge hotel.  When I say “huge” you probably are not getting just how big.  I have been lost in the hotel and it can take 30 minutes to find a way out.  

2.  Pack a few energy bars.  There are restaurants to eat at but they are not always convenient.  Much of the food to eat is 15-30 a plate.  If you just want a quick snack this is your best option to recharge your batteries.

3.  Much of the fun in Las Vegas happens at night.  Do a search for WPPI parties and keep an eye out for some of the best parties.  Pictage, Bludomain, GOBEE, FINAO throw some excellent parties after hours.  Just because they are parties doesn’t mean they are not an excellent time to learn and network.

4.  If you will be out at WPPI March 6th and 7th make sure to stop and see some of the Print Competitions.  I have talked about this before but the education you will receive by watching and learning what the judges are looking for is priceless.  You will learn more in my opinion in a few hours than you might all year shooting.

5.  The tradeshow is huge.  If you have two days for it don’t try and tackle it all in the same day.  Split it up over two days you will thank me later

6.  Look for Prepay discounts.  What do I mean by that.  Look for manufacturers that you already use that are giving deals for prepaying.  If you have the cash flow as a business why not look at what you bought last year and project for this year and prepay it.  In some instances it can save you as much as 50 percent off your costs.  We have been able to save some nice money in past years.  Who knows it may just pay for the visit.

7.   Equipment purchases-  This is a great time to buy much of your needed gear.  Using a little savvy here can save you big bucks.  I have saved hundreds of dollars on items by asking the simple question is that your best deal. 

8.  Make new friends-  This is a great time to strengthen relationships.  Make sure to stop by companies that you work with and introduce yourself.  When you are out eating at the MGM make sure to say hello to those around you.  Those little conversations in the elevators and restaurants can turn into great networking experiences.

9.  You are going to learn a lot of new techniques, get inspired and motivated.  Make sure to take notes.  Record your thoughts on an Iphone or recorder.  Make sure to take these things home with you and implement them.  Most people lack the motivation, or don’t make the time to implement these great tidbits.  Make sure you are ahead of your competition by being the first in your area to do it.  

10.  Have fun and break your routine-  Don’t just go to the safe classes you know the ones, with the named photographer you have heard 5 times.  Pick a program that is interesting to you regardless of the name.  You might be surprised and learn a ton.  The WPPI community has a vast network of talented photographers.

  • Heather Gardner This sounds like one heck of a party - I am going to have to check it out and more imporantly, hear you and Andy speak! Best wishes on a successful seminar and I can't wait to hear all about it! 03.03.10, 10:56PM
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