Tag Archives: outdoor pictures

Angelina | Falcon High School | Class of 2019

Angelina is an adventurous high school senior who enjoys hiking, spending time with her friends, aquatics, and traveling. She hiked the Grand Canyon as one of her more recent adventures! She also loves her two dogs. She’s about to complete high school and plans to begin college in the fall. She’s keeping her options open […]

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Max | Vista Ridge High School Senior Portraits | Class of 2019

We have loved photographing Max and getting to know his family! Max is incredibly athletic and excels in distance running on the cross country team for Vista Ridge High School. In the Spring, he runs the longer one mile and 800 races on the track team. Jon created dynamic portraits to capture Max’s running accomplishments […]

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Dave | James Erwin High School Senior Portraits | Class of 2019

Dave is an outgoing, friendly, and loyal high school senior who loves his family. He is also one of the most polite and responsible seniors we have met! We love his down-to-earth nature and can appreciate his sarcastic sense of humor. He’s one who appreciates character over perfection, and that resonates a lot with us. […]

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The Ford Family | Colorado Springs Family Photography at Red Rock Canyon

We loved seeing the Ford Family back with us, especially since they’ve added to their family since their first session with us in 2016! It was so fun to see how much their daughter has grown and to meet their son. Families with young children benefit greatly from choosing an experienced professional for their photography. […]

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The Luttman Family | Professional Family Portraits created in Woodland Park, Colorado

Photographing family portraits for the Luttmans was a very special session for us for a number of reasons. First, this was their very first professional photography session! Second, these portraits would become the art for their brand new home, designed and built by grandpa and dad. The past year or so has held a theme […]

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