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Thursday, May 28, 2009

Dianna & Jeremiah - Wedding Day!

This is it - back in the saddle again! After a long winter the wedding season officially kicked off with Dianna and Jeremiah's wedding at The Broadmoor Hotel and Resort in Colorado Springs. The event was coordinated by Taylor Fry of Eat Drink & be Married and Colorado Weddings and Events. Taylor did an awesome job of putting everything together and keeping us all on time. My second photographer for the day was Hardy Klahold. Hardy is a full time professional photographer specializing in weddings and portraits and I must say it was an honor and privilege to have him along. Although Hardy and I have never shot together before, we were seamless in our transitions and everything just went so smooth. Although it rained for the majority of the day, we managed to get outside for a few shots. Click the photos for larger versions!

A big shout out to the groomsmen for their help with the umbrellas between shots! These guys earned their keep!
Finally the sun did come out for a short time right at the end of our session - and it paid off!
At the end of the evening I often try to break the couple away for a few minutes to say goodbye and get one last parting shot. Thanks Dianna and Jeremiah for including us in your wedding!
Here is a very rare shot of Hardy. Hardy is a pretty big guy, but he did a great job of staying in the background!
Our friends on the video side were Mike and Summer Novelli of Rising Moon Video. If you need a videographer, you must check out this awesome husband/wife team! Here's a run-and-gun shot of Mike in action!

Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Engagement Shoot

Meet Erika and Jason! I have the privilege of shooting their wedding on August 1st and after we shot their engagement session I can hardly wait for the wedding!

Friday, May 08, 2009

Senior Model Shoot Downtown

I just finished processing some photos from a recent model shoot downtown with the PPC (Professional Photographers of Colorado). There were over 60 photographers and several models for us to photograph. We broke up into groups of 6-8 photographers per model and each made several images before switching models. For a professional photographer coming into the busy season, an event like this is awesome. Not only do we "get back in the saddle", we learn from each other and have a ton of fun in the process.

For these shots, I went out side my normal comfort zone by using multiple lighting techniques and some fun poses that really came out great. Of the 300+ shots I made that day, these are my favorites.