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Little Ryder had recently turned one, but wasn’t feeling especially well. We went ahead with the session because they wanted some fall colors and it was the very end of the season, so it probably wasn’t going to last another week. He was a trooper and did very well, as did mom and dad. At one point toward the end of the session, we tried borrowing a random man’s dog to see if that would make Ryder happy, but that didn’t work. At that point, I knew he was done and we gave it up. So here’s some of their images.
My dad was a wedding and portrait photographer way way back when film was the only way to take pictures. Today would have been his birthday, but he’s gone now, so I can only think about him. I still treasure the pictures he took of me as a baby and growing up. The one here with my dog, Admiral, you will notice I am eating a twinkie (this is something I would never eat now – yuck). Admiral got his name because my dad was in the navy during WWII and the Korean War. Let me know what you think, and thanks for looking.
The Kimmel Family were the lucky winners at the Riverhouse Children’s Center Charity Auction and they won a family portrait by me, a family and wedding photographer in Durango and Bayfield CO.
These two kids were squiggly wiggly worms. They had a really hard time holding still and smiling at the same time. There were some head swaps involved here. They had fun though because they were searching for crocodiles in the river, throwing leaves, and playing on the slides, swings, and everything else at the playground.
My passion is photographing weddings in Durango and the surrounding area including Bayfield, Cortez, Pagosa Springs, Silverton, Ouray, and Farmington NM. I’ve been doing this full time for 6 1/2 yrs and never want to do anything else. This is an article written through the Book More Brides blog and I couldn’t agree more.
It’s difficult to educate a bride before the wedding on the advantages of hiring a professional photographer, and it’s too late after the wedding. I know many couples who used a friend or family member to photograph their wedding and totally regret that decision. So pass this article on to anyone you know who is getting married or may be getting married in the future. Thanks!
I am a wedding photographer in Durango CO and the surrounding area, including Bayfield, Cortez, Pagosa Springs, Ouray, Silverton, and Farmington NM. This is a great post I found on the Bridaltweet website:
If you’re in the wedding industry, what other trends do you think will be taking place in 2014? I am hoping that enough upcoming couples getting married will have seen enough photos from the amateur friend or family member to see the benefits in hiring a professional photographer. It’s a “do your research” kind of thing:}