The level of fall dreaminess at Sam and Brian’s River Garden Winery wedding this past October is simply off the charts. Golden leaves, golden light, light blue cloud dappled skies, perfect temperature and the list goes on and on.
I’ve been a wedding and portrait photographer much longer than I have been posting weekly blogs so I have decided to backtrack a little bit and retropost all of my favorite photos and sessions from my career
As someone who works with people and strives to be photojournalistic I am feeling the reality of the common threads, and instead seeing each session as a marked box and I am seeing the moments and interactions more so as they truly are
It makes me so happy to go back through these lush, green summer weddings during the winter time. I physically crave June at this time of the year, so reliving the warmer months through weddings really helps boost my spirits!
Something that I emphasize to my clients is that location is never the most important thing at a wedding or session because no setting I have ever seen has rivaled an emotionally charge expression of love. Having epic moments in epic places is the goal, but in that order of importance.
I am officially branching out to photograph some family sessions this year and I want to give credit to this wonderful family for reminding me how much I love capturing moments between people. I love shooting in my hometown so if anyone you know is looking for Boulder family photos, hit me up!
Bre and Mitch make me believe in true love. The way they look at one another and treat each other is full of kindness and respect. There is a special way they multiply joy in the presence of one another, their dynamic is one that is truly unique and like no other I have ever seen before!
The thing I want to emphasize in this post and that really sticks out to me about Megan and Tom is their high level of mutual respect. From minute one of meeting these two I could tell how well they treat people and one another in their relationship.
I strive to take photos of significance, to capture moments that hold weight and are of a candid nature and it is easier to hide in the bushes when the couples I work with aren’t painfully aware that some lady is snapping frames of their intimate interactions.
These two were not afraid to let go entirely and be themselves during the session and I was able to capture a range of their emotions from their playful flirting and secrets to their serene snuggles and passionate kisses.