In each installment of our educational blog series, Anatomy of a Photograph, we’ll break down one of our trickiest wedding photos. From conception to composition, equipment to settings; subject to lighting, you’ll find out exactly what went into creating the image. In this one, we look at how to take nighttime wedding photos.
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Whenever Jesse and I go to Barnes and Noble, he has to stop me before we get into the store to tell me the plan: browse books for an hour and then meet at the front of the store. He made the mistake once of trying to go over the plan after we had gotten into the store and immediately regretted it. By the time he had turned to me, I had dashed off and he spent the rest of the hour looking for me (I’m short, so it’s hard to see me behind the bookshelves). Continue reading →
It’s been a season of firsts for us – from a nighttime portrait with the Denver skyline in the background to a pre-wedding snowboarding shoot at Beaver Creek. And while we’ve had plenty of adorable dogs and children as ring bearers, last weekend was the first time we had a mini-pig trot the rings down the aisle. Continue reading →
There’s a lot you can say about Colorado, but you certainly can’t say the weather here is boring. We saw clouds, a little bit of sun popping out, light drizzle, torrential downpour, snow flurries, and even graupel at Alliy and Phil’s University of Denver wedding on Saturday. But I was most impressed by the couple’s attitudes through the entire day. They never once balked at any of our photo suggestions, which is the kind of adventurous spirit that makes a wedding memorable. Continue reading →