OK so this post could be really long with lots of pictures… maybe you should just go see the gallery
I like to keep my pictures diverse so that they have a hard time choosing which one. They’re not choosing from a studio shoot where the only thing that changes is the expression or the lighting. Awesome pictures that could all equally work with entirely different moods and looks.
Thanks marco for working so hard to get awesome lighting… It was a new element working with the small softbox but I’m starting to do it a lot more often. Not because I didn’t like it before, but because time is a little more open and I wasn’t lugging a bag around… it stayed in the car and we didn’t ever venture far from the car.
From the moment I met this couple we were buds… we met at a bridal show and when I left I remembered them vividly and said to myself of all the hundreds of people I met today I hope that one couple gets a hold of me because their pictures would be awesome.
Awesome why? Because they wanted the best and because they connected with the photographer… me!
You already saw these two in a previous post (Below)
(Above) Using highspeed sync and f/1.4 first time in a while. (Using them less because of having pocket wizards that didn’t allow it)
Now I loved the color in all these pictures… but these two had such great chemistry and emotion in their pictures I made a whole bunch of the B&W to show that emotion off a bit better
To the 3 of us these pictures are even more fun because of where the two were standing.
(Above) This whole series was pretty awesome. We gave up the sunset on the peak for an amazing and moody grove of aspens. Aspens that still (because of the late winter) had No leaves on them. They looked like something like out of a movie in the eerie waining light.