Paloma contacted me a few months back to plan a maternity shoot with me . We were originally supposed to go to Red Rocks for the session but due to recent flooding and rock slides they had closed down the park. So we decided to head over to Rock Ledge Ranch and Garden of the God’s which is always a favorite spot. Paloma and Frank are such a gorgeous couple and obviously very photogenic so they made my job easy. I always love getting to know my customers so we usually hop in the car together and ride around to find the best spots.
Katelyn is a gorgeous mama! I was trying to cancel this session due to rain and snow but she insisted on going ahead with the session. She had her hair and makeup done by my stylist Hair by Julie which looked great! We headed over to Garden of the God’s and had an awesome session despite the rain and snow that was lightly coming down at times. I am so happy we went ahead with the session because the next day her water broke and by the following morning 2 days later she had a baby! Her and baby are doing well 🙂 Enjoy~
Beautiful Liz contacted me to do her maternity photos, once we talked we decided doing them at Red Rocks Open Space would be great. She came over to get her hair and makeup done and we headed to our location. It was a perfect March evening with a lovely sunset. I get so lucky to photograph beautiful couples who are extremely photogenic. I couldn’t ask for more 🙂 Enjoy funny fact- this is the second Liz I have photographed at Red Rocks for maternity portraits “)
Here is Mr. Oliver just a few weeks old. I was lucky enough to photograph his mommies belly before he was born too. This session was almost completely candid except for the photos of him laying in the rocking chair 🙂 I tried to get some family photo’s that were similar to the ones we did a few months ago when she was still pregnant, I even added a few to this gallery to compare. Lighting wasn’t the best, so lot’s of black and whites were necessary for this album. The unique thing about my newborn photography is that since I don’t work out of the same studio setting each… Keep Reading
What a day for this family! Angie had to be induced, they started the pitocen around 7 am on Saturday morning and little Zeb wasn’t born until 11:01 am on that Sunday. Angie and Curtis both worked so hard to bring Zebulon out of the womb. Curtis was right by her side reading her verses on note cards while Angie worked through each contraction. It was a long, hard and rewarding day and I was happy to capture a special time for this family 🙂 Here is a slideshow I made and there is a tiny bit of video footage at the end 🙂