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Now and Then

Monday, January 23, 2012 Posted in Colorado Wedding Photographer

My first camera was a 35mm pentax pz70.  I loved taking pictures with it in Highschool.  I took this picture of angie back then and I have taken it with me  a lot of places.  When I was an IT consultant traveling in early 2000  I would take this picture just about everywhere.  You can see it has a little wear.  I still have the camera and the girl.  Not bad.  I thought it was pretty funny that although the camera has changed I don’t think that she has changed that much.  What do you think?

 

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Wedding Photographs in Alaska

Monday, January 09, 2012 Posted in Colorado Wedding Photographer

The day after Carl and Bonnie’s wedding we had the chance to travel around and do more pictures  with the two of them!  If we have the chance at a destination wedding to do another session we always will!  It’s so much fun to explore other parts of the area we are in and take our time creating the images!  Carl and Bonnie were good sports standing on ledges overlooking the ocean, walking through the woods and even playing with some fire.  Alaska is so pretty, Andy and I could  of taken pictures there for days and still not have scratched the surface.  We found hidden waterfalls with rocks covered in moss and flowers, rocky ledges overlooking the ocean with mountains behind and old mining towns with rustic little buildings and natural streams.  We had so much fun that day playing around for hours trying to get in as much as we could!

After 2 days of wedding photography we were ready to explore more of Alaska and hit the road in an RV!  We had a blast and are so thankful to Carl and Bonnie for including us on their wedding day and showing us their beautiful state!

 

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Destination Wedding Alaska

Monday, January 09, 2012 Posted in Colorado Wedding Photographer, destination wedding photographer

Andy & I love to travel for weddings! This particular wedding we were extra excited for because it was in Anchorage, Alaska! Neither of us had been there before and we couldn’t wait to see it! As with most of our destination weddings we started with the rehearsal dinner the night before the wedding. We don’t often get to see that part of the wedding and it’s fun to get to know the family and to hear the stories they tell about the couple!

Carl and Bonnie met up in Alaska where Carl had been living most of his life; she quickly adapted to the outdoor way of life, learning to hunt, fish and sleep even with the sun out 20 hours a day. When they got engaged they had the tough decision of where to have the ceremony and finally settled on the zoo! We were excited about this new venue because it was nestled amongst the trees with cute little pathways leading you to the different exhibits. The section where they were married was a large open grass area surrounded by tall trees.

The bridesmaids wore cute little strapless black dresses and carried pretty bouquets full of pink, purple and white flowers. After the ceremony they had a cocktail hour and a fun reception in one of the large wooden Alaska buildings in the middle of the zoo. We had fun taking pictures after the ceremony all over the zoo with the different animals and big blue water tanks! Because we were there in the summer we had around 20 hours of daylight so we even got in a few family photos at the end of the night! Here are some of our favorite images from their wedding!

  • jamey I like the blue background in the picture of them kissing! 01.09.12, 08:28PM
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Portrait of Angie

Wednesday, November 30, 2011 Posted in Colorado Wedding Photographer

Yesterday was Angie’ birthday and we took her out for lunch at one of her favorite places (the cheesecake factory)  and to Mile High Photographers to hear a speaker (Jonathon Canlas)  talk about film fine art wedding photography.  It was refreshing to hear another experienced photographer talk about staying true to your vision as a photographer and artist.  Our clients expect and want the way we see the world, not someone else.  There are thousands of others photographers, what makes us different is how we think and see the world.  The way each photographer sees  the world is reflected in what cameras they shoot, how we process files and what we take pictures of.

I just had to post a few images from our new Fuji x100 that I got to shoot around with yesterday.  I will be posting a lot more shots from this gorgeous camera in the weeks to come.  It was a pleasure to use and the images files were gorgeous.


  • Danica Larsen Love these shots. 12.01.11, 12:47AM
  • Rebecca I wish I could've gone! 12.10.11, 02:00AM
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