Meet Jared. Tall and athletic, Jared has a long-and-lean look that cameras love. Add to that his fair skin, blue eyes and thick mane of wavy, reddish-brown hair and you have the perfect formula for some classic Irish good looks. Maybe that’s why I felt compelled to set my Ed Sheeran playlist to repeat while I was editing his photos. Somehow it just seemed appropriate… Continue reading →
Meet Maddie. Easy-going & personable, Maddie wins the award this year for the quickest turn around between the date she first contacted me and the date we did her senior session: one week! That is a rarity this time of year, but she was anxious to squeeze her session in before school started and I just happened to have a time slot open that fit into her schedule. It’s awesome when things work out that way!
Because Maddie wanted a natural setting and she was scheduled for late afternoon, I anticipated a full-sun scenario where we’d be working primarily in the shade or capturing backlit images. However Mother Nature had her own thoughts, Continue reading →
Allow me to introduce Jordan. I had the pleasure of photographing this young beauty on a warm summer evening last week. Quiet, sweet, and even a little ‘spicy’, Jordan wanted to showcase her artsy, bohemian style in her senior portraits. As such, we knew a natural setting was the way to go.
There is no shortage of beautiful outdoor scenery in the Denver Metro area, Continue reading →
I’m currently taking a Lighting & Portraiture class, and I must say I was pretty darn happy when the first homework assignment was to take a portrait using exclusively natural light. Seeing as I’ve specialized in natural light portraiture for several years now, this first assignment was right up my alley. You want me to take a portrait using natural light? No problemo.
Now I will admit, it was verrrrrrry tempting to simply bring in some already prepared images from my Studio B Photography business. However, that would not only be cheating, it would be self-defeating and I wouldn’t be learning anything new. As such, I decided to put a twist on natural light portraiture that would make it challenging for me, or at least a little different than my current modus operandi… Continue reading →