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Engagement Pictures with Eric & Trisha

Wednesday, April 28, 2010 Posted in wedding photography

Eric and Trisha are a playful couple who told us to be creative and were open to whatever ideas we had!  Whenever a client says that to us we grin from ear to ear and go full speed ahead!  You could see the love these two share from the minute they walked in the room so we knew the engagement session was going to be easy on us!  For us the engagement session is a great way to get to know our clients even better and see the way they interact with each other!  These two were playful, full of love and had no problem holding hands.  Although we had our fun in the sun and enjoyed the blue skies we finished the session with a parking garage and some creative shots.  We are always thankful to our couples who let us play around do the un-ordinary!



  • Karli These are beautiful! I love the second image in front of the tin "garage" thing. 04.29.10, 11:36AM
  • andy Thanks Karli, we loved the color and texture and vines growing everywhere 04.30.10, 03:24PM
  • Alessandro Di Sciascio These are beautiful! 04.30.10, 09:22PM
  • Liona These are all fairy tales! 05.03.10, 07:06AM
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Professional Photographers of Colorado Wedding Workshop

Thursday, April 22, 2010 Posted in wedding photography

Meet Molly!

We recently met Molly from Villa Parker here in Parker Colorado.  We spoke for the local chapter of the PPA (Professional Photographers of America) PPC.  Andy and I were so honored when they asked us to speak for the annual wedding workshop they were holding!  Because we wanted to speak about something we love and something we do often in our business, we chose bridal portraits.  Andy and I do quite a few bridal pictures before a wedding with our brides and sometimes we even do them after!  It gives us a chance to get more pictures with our bride, use more locations, use our studio and get to know her before the wedding day!

In the afternoon we had a chance to shoot with models and teach to the class in a hands on environment.  We chose to show some studio lighting with a backdrop because it would be something most people don’t do here in Colorado.  We shared the pocket wizards and each of the students had the chance to shoot.  We were so lucky that day to have two wonderful models and today I am introducing you to the first one, Molly!  Molly works for the Villa Parker Venue and graciously became a model for the day as well!  Villa Parker is a really cool wedding venue, with some wonderful people who own it!   If you are looking for one here in Colorado go talk to Molly and check it out!

We are finishing the whole session up with both models and will post the rest when they are done, so keep a lookout!

I wanted to show a quick shot of the room at the end of the day with most everyone!  Thank you so much for everyone who came; we had a blast and hope you all learned a thing or two!


  • Kaleagore Whats up dudes I just wanted to say hi :) 04.26.10, 09:24AM
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Denver Engagement Session with Justin & Lisa

Tuesday, April 13, 2010 Posted in wedding photography

We did this engagement session with Justin and Lisa here in Littleton at The Hudson Gardens Event Center.  It was right before winter so the leaves were still in full color and coming off the trees.  These two had a great time playing in the leaves, laying in the leaves and throwing the leaves!  We also managed to make it over to the haystacks and play around in the maze!  Here are a few of our favorites from the session!







Looking for more Colorado engagement session and photography. You can see more engagement sessions we have done in Colorado below.

Colorado Engagement Portraits

  • grace The sky's are just fabulous in these 04.15.10, 04:29AM
  • brandon Nice images keep up the good work 04.15.10, 04:30AM
  • andy Thanks brandon 04.15.10, 04:33AM
  • andy We did get really lucky with some beautiful skies 04.15.10, 04:33AM
  • Joe Twin I love the symmetry in the tree shot, but I love the technique involved in the hay ... oh, why'd you have to go make so many sweet images!?!? (Rock on!) 04.16.10, 12:54PM
  • andy Thanks Joe, of course its Angie's shot though:) 04.18.10, 12:31PM
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A Reflection of WPPI

Tuesday, April 13, 2010 Posted in wedding photography

Although we have taken our time putting this up we wanted to share our experience at WPPI this year!  The Wedding & Portrait Photographers International convention in Las Vegas this year was once again an amazing experience!  Andy & I started our week there watching the print competition and as usual were blown away by some of the amazing work from around the world.  They have some of the best  photographers in the industry judging the prints and many categories from wedding photography to pets.  They are 2 long days but well worth the learning experience!  I was very excited this year to receive 3 accolades of excellence from it and Andy reached the second level of the accolades program, Accolade of Outstanding Photographic Achievement.

As always there were many parties including the GOBEE Bag party with the Fabulous Sara France & Lauren Hillary.  We had such a blast at their party playing pool, hanging out with friends and taking many photos in the photo booth.  I am also proud to say I am the new owner of a fabulous GOBEE bag and can’t wait to use it this year!  We also went to the Finao party before they were shut down, gathered a bunch of tshirts and then waited about 45 minutes to get back to the hotel lobby.  Going to the parties is the fun part of this convention, but it’s always hard to get up the next morning for a class.

WPPI always has a great group of talented photographers who teach each year.  This year they broke it down into sections, wedding photography, photoshop, business, ect…. This was great because you could pick which class you wanted to attend starting with the the section you were most interested in.  I would say if you are planning on attending, bring a notebook, a good pen and open mind because there is so much to learn from so many different people!

The tradeshow was also great, however overwhelming!  Andy & I did not spend all of our money there this year but we did invest in a new Shootq account and am currently learning all the bells and whistles!  If you know you are going to be buying some new equipment this is the place to do it because most of the companies who are at the tradeshow offer some sort of discount for being there.  There is booth after booth of backdrop companies, album manufacturers, software companies, equipment companies and many more.

This year Andy & I spoke at a Platform class for WPPI about SEO and Web Presence.  Our class was on Tuesday so we had some extra time to go over it again in our hotel room.  We had a Marilynn Monroe impersonator introduce us and a lot of fun prizes to give away.  We were so excited by all the people who came to see us!  Our room was packed, including a group of some Colorado friends who we shared bright orange “Colorado Crew” tshirts with!  We have a great community of wedding photographers here in Colorado and we are thankful for all of their support!

We are also very thankful to some amazing friends who helped us set up for our class, hand out prizes and tear down;  it is because of you all that our class was a success!  So thank you Suzanne & Jason Wille, James Wittwer, James Cooper and Ryan Kenny!  The last group we want to thank is our sponsors, Photography Merchant Systems, Flosites & WHCC,! Without your amazing products that save us time and money our business would not be positioned the way it is.

We are so grateful to be a part of such a great organization!  This is such a large convention with so much planning and I don’t think most people know how amazing the people who put it all together are.  It is such a small group that do the entire convention and we applaud them for the work they put in.  They change the lives and businesses of so many photographers around the world and if you haven’t checked it out yet, you should.  WPPI has changed our business for the good through all of the education, network of people and wonderful friends we have made there!

Special Thanks to Suzanne Wille for taking the shots of Marilyn and us speaking












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