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Monthly Archives: December 2009

Mark’s Miscellaneous Monday – Hello Winter

I love Colorado. First official day of winter and it’s going to be in the 50’s today. Of course I have a photo session on Wednesday and it’s expected to be snowing with a high of 28, but there’s a good chance of snow on the ground for Christmas so it’s all good. Despite being…

‘Tis the season

While weddings are few this time of year I’ve been busy meeting with couples about their 2010 plans and next year looks to be a record breaker for me.   But one of my favorite things about this time of year is taking care of my previous clients and old friends for their family photos…

Feedback From a Groom

As a Colorado wedding photographer I’d say that most of my client contact is with the bride, she’s usually the one making all the decisions and in charge of everything.  Sure, the groom to be usually shows up to the first client meeting and sometimes so does one of their parents.  But most the emails…

Mark’s Misc Monday – Baby it’s cold outside

Sitting here on a chilly Monday morning listening to Christmas with the Rat Pack, Dean Martin’s “Baby, It’s Cold Outside” being one of my favorite versions.  Don’t worry later I’ll be rockin out with some heavy metal influenced classical Trans-Siberian Orchestra music. When there’s 6″ of fresh snow outside and the temperature is about 6 degree’s…

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  • I was just thinking the same thing about “Space: 1999” yesterday!

First Look

It’s not uncommon for a couple to break traditional a little and see each other before the ceremony on their wedding day.  It often helps with the scheduling of the day as well as the stress – after all don’t you want to spend more time with that special person on your wedding day. Of…

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  • Mark,

    Haven’t touched base in a while. Just wanted to write and tell you that we both LOVE when the couple sees each other prior to the ceremony. Gives us a chance to capture that first glance and that moment perfectly. It also gets some of the other photography done early so that the couple can more quickly enjoy their reception.

    Anyway, hope you are well.

    Bill Nixon