Monthly Archives: August 2013

Infrared Bridal Portrait Session

There’s a drawback to having more cameras than you can carry – sometimes one gets overlooked a lot.   This season I’ve been leaving my modified infrared camera home far more often than not.   So when a Adriana contacted me about wanting to do some shots for the infrared series and she had a…

First Dance to First Child – Mavyn’s Newborn Photos

Well Nick and Nikki have certainly toped the blog  quite a bit lately.   It started with the Colorado maternity session held around their fourth anniversary. Then their Denver Birth Storiessession. So of course the perfect follow up to all that is the newborn session of baby Mavyn.     and finally just something to…


Birth Stories – Nick, Nikki and Mavyn

A little while back I gave a sneak peak of Mavyn’s Birth Story – well I was holding out on some film I shot to do the full post and I got it back last week. So here’s a few more images and a slideshow.  After the slideshow I’ll talk about birth stories in general….

Andy and Angela’s Rainy Day Wedding

While it started like any other wonderful Saturday wedding in Colorado – it wouldn’t be long before that changed. While everyone hopes that if it does rain on their wedding day – it only sprinkles for a little bit, just enough to soak in some of the legendary good luck.    Colorado’s weather normally seems…

Vintage automobiles and black and white film – a perfect match

This is from one of my personal film projects, and I love this one so much I’ve got a 20×30 canvas of this print in my living room.   This early 30’s Chrysler belongs to the Dunafon family and I’ve had the chance to photograph it a time or two over the years up at…

  • dan

    This automobile is not an Imperial. Several clues: Hood-too short, cowl lamps-too small, windshield-wrong visor,does not have two-piece split windshield; bumper-too small, wrong medallions; tires-too small, running boards-too flat; rear fenders-lack Imperial trim. My best guess is a 1930-31 Chrysler CJ six