Oh the holiday season is coming again quickly this year and I’m busy with family portraits here in Colorado. It’s been great weather (until the cold hit yesterday) but it is supposed to warm up again in time for some more of the sessions I have scheduled in the next few weeks. Below are some images to share of a family that I’ve photographed for several years now. These were taken at Daniel’s Park in Castle Rock, Colorado. Fun family memories!
Below are some of my vintage-inspired images from last week’s family portrait session. I photographed Kristen and Dillon’s wedding last year in December and they have since moved to Virginia but were back for the holidays! The bride’s family and I have become great friends, so we kid around a lot which made for such a relaxed and fun photo session in spite of the frigid temperatures that day! Here in Colorado we had a white Christmas this year as you can see in these photos, but today its in the 50’s again. Typical Colorado weather of course and thank goodness. I love the beauty of the snow and skiing, but I’m not a huge fan of cold weather, even after all these years.
I can’t believe we’re already into the middle of October. I’m still able to photograph a few more families for fun holiday portraits and they make wonderful gifts, so if you are interested give me a call at the studio. Email me via my contact page at A Fine Photographer or call me at 303-768-0381! Sessions are limited but I’d love to work with you.
A couple of weeks ago I got the chance to take a family over to Daniel’s Park in Highlands Ranch, Colorado, for a variety of family portraits. When we first arrived in late afternoon, we had what looked like an ominous storm coming on, but it soon cleared and we ended up with sunshine, which is typical Colorado weather (although this summer has been kinda crazier than usual it seems, even more unpredictable if that’s possible). Anyway, here are a few images from the session.
It looks like I’m making them climb on the side of a cliff here. See what we go through to get the pictures! LOL. It really wasn’t that steep.