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Monday, May 02, 2011 Posted in portraits

We got together with some of our friends from ppc to learn and shoot some senior portraits.  It’s always a lot of fun looking around  for those specials spots that will create something you have not seen before.  Angie took this shot.  I used to be the only one that shot with lights, but there is a new master in town, and she is awfully skilled at what she does.  I love the way she framed this image.  When we get a chance to work on the rest of the images I was share them.  There are a lot of beautiful images.

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  • Brooke Oh MY the red is beautiful! I might be biased though, it's my favorite color. :) But I love how it kind of blends everything except her face, which pops out! 05.10.11, 11:29AM
  • andy Thanks Brooke 05.12.11, 09:37PM
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A Picture Keeps A Memory From Fading

Wednesday, April 06, 2011 Posted in portraits

Why do we do this and how I came to talk about it today.  A man that I love dearly passed away.  He loved to fish, loved his family, fought for his country.  I spent a lot of time with him in a boat.  I wish I remembered our conversations more, but I think I was to busy trying to catch a bigger fish than him.  He always seemed to catch the bigger fish.  He always had more patience to wait for the big one.  He helped teach me to fish, taught me a who the Wood men were and what has made us all tick for generations.  I got a call from my Cousin today to let me know that my Uncle had passed today.  I know he is in a better place, we had talks about it, it’s one of the thing’s all the Wood males could agree on.

I was left to reflect some today.  To remember.  I took comfort in the images I have taken over the years of him.  There is one in particular I have loved of him since I took it years ago, before I did this for a living.  Have you ever seen someone you have not seen for a few years.  They may be older, heavier, skinnier than the last time you saw them.  If you think of that person do you have an image of them.  This is the image the way I remember him.  Not younger or older, just as he was, doing one of the things he loved to do.

Images like this are important.  When someone passes away or a moment is gone it will never come to be again.  We are left with memories and if we are really lucky an image.    I believe Angie and I were meant to be photographer’s.  Our college degrees, the jobs we held before, the people we have met all lead us to here.  To this place.  Photographers all have different reasons why they choose the camera.  For us it’s a calling, our purpose.  It’s important and I just hope we are able to catch images for others that mean as much as this photograph does to me.

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Having some fun in the studio

Wednesday, March 30, 2011 Posted in portraits

I love shooting in the studio.  As a photographer you can control all the things that you can’t at a wedding.  You can control every part of the lighting, you have the time to perfect the posing.  I love the light and how it hit pamela.  I like the little touch of color with the yellow flowers.  Bridals can be a lot of fun and we hope that you choose us to do them for you.

More bridal wedding photography in the studio

More contemporary bridals at a hotel

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Senior Photographers Denver Colorado

Monday, February 07, 2011 Posted in portraits

I love shooting in downtown denver there are so many cool little places that aid making interesting senior portraits.  I have never been fully happy with digital black and whites.  I am not sure what the difference is maybe its tonality but digital has never been able to replicate the look of black and white images made with film. The depth of a film (black and white ) is different, but it is hard to place why.  These are just simple portraits but, I find them pretty interesting and the seniors mother loved the few I gave to her that day.

Taken with Mamiya 127mm 4.7

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