Ah … the Rocky Mountains. Glorious, snow-capped peaks, blue skies shining onto clear lakes … pastoral paradise.
Except wedding photographers know that isn’t the whole story. Tales from the Rockies talk about how the “Golden Hour” feels more like a “Golden 90 seconds” between blazing sun and deep night. And you’re not getting that 90 seconds anyway because the hair and make-up team ran long, the wedding schedule was too night, the best man got drunk and then got lost, the unpredictable weather means that yesterday’s snow is turning to mud in the baking heat … and Denver’s a city, so not-so-pastoral.
This is what wedding photography actually is, the work to overcome the challenges that get between us and the best photos. And this is what Tatiana and I are going to show in Denver on Sept. 6. Because on a wedding day, whatever is going on, there is no choice … you have to make it work.
We will take you through our tips for handling these wedding days, from photography tips and tricks that turn bad situations to your advantage or can be used quickly in nearly any environment. We will discuss the pre-wedding work that allows you to head off many of these problems before they happen, and the post-wedding work that makes your photos better and clients happier.
Full day and a bit of the night for a small group, $600. Deposit is $250
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