Yep. It’s officially engagement session season and, dang, it feels good. Seeing our clients again, having a beer with them, and getting outside to shoot some pictures makes for a pretty fantastic afternoon! Not only do I love being outside shooting, I love being outside period. Although we stay pretty active in the winter snowboarding and running, we are still stuck inside more than I’d like. Spring means gardening, our boy’s baseball games, BBQs with the neighbors (we’ve all dusted off our grills already), and hikes with the pups. The only upside to the lack of snow this ski season here in Colorado is that we will probably get to backpack much earlier this summer! That is worth celebrating.
Kristie and Tyler are both involved in the photography community. Kristie is a photographer and Tyler works for Denver Pro Photo. They scouted out some fantastic spots for our shoot. We began in the (now demolished) attic of Denver Pro Photo. The dust was crazy! In fact, I had to remove one of my contacts during the shoot with all the intense dust. Worth every minute – The lines, light, and architecture was a blast to play in. After the warehouse/attic, they took us to this aged, iconic, white tree in Westminster. We arrived just after sunset. We were all hoping the sun would stay for just a bit longer. We snapped a few shots and decided to revisit the spot on a sun-drenched afternoon. Thus, as you view the images, you’ll see the transition from indoor photos, to outdoor after sunset pics, to absolutely sun-baked pictures! Kristie and Tyler… we can’t wait for your wedding in less than a month!!