Renaissance Wedding Album

We just finished a new matted album by Renaissance. It's a fine art feel and it's the perfect showcase of your wedding picture. It comes with 10 pages and 20 images. (Only the best ones.) I used images from Madison and Anthony's stunning winter wedding at the Air Force Academy Chapel and Glen Eyrie Castle for our sample. Now more than ever, a honest-to-goodness real wedding album is far more meaningful an heirloom than a CD of images. If you never got a wedding album from us or another photographer. Just call, we be delighted to help. — Sean


Steamboat Springs Engagement : Carol & Will

I photographed Carol and Will's engagement in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. We decided to take a hike to a nearby waterfall. Backpacking and travel are their first loves. Will proposed to Carol on a walk-about in Southeast Asia. The other really great thing about Carol and Will? They grew up next door to each other and then reconnected after college. Carol and Will are planning a June wedding at Catamount Ranch Club. Thank you Carol and Will for a great afternoon. I'm so looking forward to your wedding day! — Sean


How To Get Natural Wedding Pictures

Here is a storytelling scene from Jill and Ben's wedding day at the Garden of the Gods Club. I photographed Ben getting ready with his Dad, his brother and his father-in-law. It's a nice illustration of a tried and true recipe for getting natural wedding pictures.relaxed-wedding-picture

• Hire A Wedding Photojournalist One of the tenets of photojournalism is truthful documentation. Photojournalists don't impose their vision on your wedding day. Rather, they start with you first and create an honest narrative where you and your families are the main characters of the story. To put it another way, the wedding photojournalist starts with the goal of faithfully representing you and your loved ones.



• Give Your Photographer All Access Great photojournalism is all about capturing unrehearsed moments in a relaxed and natural way. Allow your photographer all access. This can only be done in collaboration with you! Let them see your interactions with your loved ones. Let your photographer be inside the room AND inside the relationship.




• Act Natural If you found the right wedding photographer, then this is easy. A good photographer is a good person to be around. They are easy to talk to, friendly, outgoing and supportive. Act natural and your photographer will photograph you in a "state of grace."



• Have Fun Don't be afraid to have fun in front of your wedding photographer. They want to see that side of you. Expression is a key to great wedding pictures and the more opportunities your photographer has to capture expressions, the better. — Sean



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