It was starting to look like spring in the mountains. Okay, maybe not look like spring (everything is still white) but rather feel like spring with temps soaring in to the 40′s. Then Jennifer & Jeff’s engagement portrait session rolls around and BOOM back down to 10˚. Ugh. That usually means about 15 minutes of shooting because it’s just too cold to bare. Not for Jennifer & Jeff. We shot for an hour and it didn’t seem to phase them. I love them for trusting us and knowing that putting up with the frigid temps would pay off with some beautiful photographs. It may have been cold but the snow on the trees and fresh flakes falling from the clouds made it all worth it. Here is a peek at their Breckenridge engagement portrait session… Continue reading ‘Jennifer & Jeff’s Breckenridge Engagement Portrait Session’
Saturday required tromping around in knee-deep snow to get the perfect shot but I think it was totally worth it. This is just one of my favorites from Chris & Silke’s engagement portrait session. More to come…
Engagement Portrait Sessions are all about having fun without the pressure of the wedding day. We’re always up for going anywhere or doing anything, within reason of course, to have a good time with our clients and create some fun and beautiful images. We did just that with Erin & Tom in Keystone a few weeks back. We first met up at Keystone Lake for a little ice hockey and let me tell you, these two are good! Then for a change of pace we headed over to our favorite hidden aspen grove. Here is a look at Erin & Tom’s engagement portrait session!
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The fact is, Mark & I were both sick the day of Liz & Steve’s engagement portrait session. We always say, only one of us can be sick at a time so that the other can pick up the slack. We had failed at that plan. It was too bad too because Liz & Steve are the coolest of the cool. On any other day, we probably would have kept on shooting in to the wee hours of the night. These two are the perfect pair, like two pieces of a puzzle. We met for the first time that day but felt as if we’d known them for years. Their enthusiasm for their engagement portrait session made it easy for us to forget that we were sick for a couple of hours and we had a blast nonetheless. Liz & Steve live downtown, love all things architecture and had picked out some great spots throughout the city for us to showcase in their photos. I just love the energy they exude and cannot wait for their mountain nuptials in Steamboat Springs this summer. Here is a peek at their urban engagement portrait session… Continue reading ‘A Downtown Denver Shoot with Liz & Steve’
A little peek at our engagement portrait session in Dillon with Kim, Mike and their adorable dog Crockett…
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