These two are a great couple. Super chill and loving, super laid back, but clearly also very stylish and they are a very handsome couple, right? I haven’t shot in Downtown Denver for 4 or 5 years. Ever since we shut down our 2nd photo studio in the RiNo district in 2012, in fact. But […]
Jayne wanted to be more adventurous at a 2nd bride & groom’s session after her wedding. Little did we know pouring rain was waiting for us. We’re so lucky.
Westcliffe is officially the best place to take portraits in Colorado, as of this engagement portrait session. Check out the images and tell us if you agree.
Clearly, Camron is a keeper because he went above and beyond for this carefully orchestrated proposal at The Briarhurst Manor in Manitou Springs.
Sometimes the wind never dies down for an engagement session. Sometimes, you just make it work.
Winter engagement sessions can be a ton of fun, if it’s not too cold and you get to take photographs in an incredible location like Fox Run Park in Black Forest. Oh, and having a gorgeous couple helps, too!
Sometimes couples just elope. Char and I pretty much did (almost). And when Trystan Photography gets an elopement call, we’re super stoked because it’s all the fun of a wedding shoot without all of the… stuff… that can come along with a terrific couple on a wedding day. Just smiles, love and laughter. We had […]
We’ve said it once, we’ll say it again: there is nothing, absolutely NOTHING that can substitute for a couple who adores each other when it comes to capturing fantastic photographs. Everything just seems better: the lighting is softer, the colors more vibrant. Is it true and scientifically verifiable? No. But that’s the power of love […]
Some people shy away at snowy weather for their engagement session. Not Lindsey and Matt. They toughed it out and got amazing shots in the storm at The Garden of the Gods.
Was it the best weather to photograph an engagement session in? Nope. Were they troopers and we got fantastic images anyway? Absolutely! Thank you Evie and Noah for braving the not-so-hot Spring weather in Colorado and giving me great stuff to work with.