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Monthly Archives: August 2009

Wedding of Adi and Chrissy: University of Denver

This Saturday, Adi and Chrissy were married at the University of Denver (DU). It is such a beautiful location and they are such a beautiful couple! They are funny, caring and very in love!

This photo of Adi getting ready was taken by Matt.

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Adi and Chrissy decided to have a “first look” where they got to have a special moment together before the ceremony, and which allowed them to get all of their group shots out of the way beforehand too. I love both of their expressions as Chrissy approached Adi from behind.

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I love the way the groomsmen took the time to help each other get their tuxes just right.

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I took this photo sniper style as Chrissy and her dad talked while waiting for the wedding party to finish walking down the aisle.

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These two were so cute in all of their excitement! You could just feel their energy radiating off of them.

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This was Chrissy’s side of the family watching their gorgeous ceremony. Everyone was having such a good time.

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The ceremony took place where I was able to capture their relfections in a pond.

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Adi’s famiy during the ceremony. There was a lot of laughing and crying on both sides.

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After the ceremony I pulled Adi and Chrissy aside just to snap a couple more portraits.

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Chrissy spun around in front of this building several times before I got this photograph of her gown.

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Then we coerced Adi into giving us a good jump in front of it too.

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Then we were off to the reception before guests entered from the cocktail hour!
Photo by Matt

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This photo was taken during the funny and touching toasts.

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This first dance picture shows the wonderful humor and love of the moment that are so pronounced in Adi and Chrissy.

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Adi wanted to be sure that he didn’t miss that garter…
Photo by Matt

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What a fun wedding!

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Albums

We are pleased to be able to announce that we have two new options in our albums!!! The first is that we now offer a panoramic album. This is a unique long format that creates a visually dynamic look that I just love!

The book opens up along the bottom of the black and white photo, all the way across.

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Our second new addition is that we are now offering leather (full cover, 3/4 of the cover -as shown here, or 1/4 of the cover) on our horizontal, vertical, and square albums. The leather looks so sophisticated and sharp! This particular one is one of our engagement album guest books. The blank pages inside allow room for guests to sign and write meaningful messages to the couple! This same format is also often used for seniors.

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Canvas Special

We are offering a canvas special! If you have had a session wth us, or would like one (holiday pictures are coming up soon!), we are having a canvas special!

Canvases are a wonderful way to dispaly your photos as they don’t need framing and they have a clean, fine art, slightly modern look to them. They also look great in clusters! All canvases ordered between August 16th and August 22nd (regardless of when the session was) will be 20% off! So schedule your session now or order a canvas from an old session!

Here is an example of some canvases I have hanging in my own home. They middle one is a 20 x 30 and the two on the sides are 20 x 20’s. By combining the canvases in a line, I was able to fill out a long space with a cohesive grouping of canvases.

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