Hey look, an album design! Amanda and Brian were married at the Greek Orthodox Church in Denver, CO. Wow, what a beautiful place! I was joined for the day by photographers James Gritz and Autumn Burke. Between the three of us, we were able to be in literally three places at once, which we really needed at this wedding. Check out the slideshow here.
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Thursday, December 03, 2009
Another album to share! Dianna and Jeremiah were married at the Broadmoor Resort and Hotel in Colorado Springs, CO. Such a beautiful place! Although it rained for most of the day, we made the most of it and managed to get out side when it mattered the most. I was joined on the day by fellow photographer Hardy Klahold. The event was coordinated by Taylor Fry of Eat Dring & Be Married. Check out the slideshow here.
Posted by Steve at 11:59 AM
I've been designing albums like crazy and feel the need to share! Tiffany and Travis were married in City Park in downtown Ft. Collins, CO. The reception was held at Seton Hall. I was joined for the day by fellow photographer John Hudetz. To view Tiffany and Travis' album design, click here. Use the "back" button in your browser to return to this page.
Posted by Steve at 11:53 AM
Recently I had the rare pleasure of shooting 2nd for another photographer - Grant Oaks. Grant and I traded off this year; he shot with me on Liza and Alan's wedding (see album post below) and I shot for him for Meg and Andy. I must say, not only is it a lot of fun shooting for someone else; it is challenging, rewarding, and a unique learning experience. I'm all about perspective and relevance in whatever I do. From the images I make to the approach I take, it is important that the resulting imagery is meaningful to me, my clients, and even the casual observer. Here are some of my favorite images from Meg and Andy's wedding. Keep in mind, I hardly spoke to them all day and provided very minimal direction to achieve any of these images. Yes, Grant provided lots of direction, but I tried to stay out of the way and make images that compliment the body of work. Be sure to click the images for a full screen view. To view a slideshow of these images and more, click here.
Posted by Steve at 11:16 AM