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Colorado Paint Mines Engagement
03.07.18

Photographing engagements in Colorado during the should season stimulates creative location ideas. Shoulder seasons and winters like we’ve had on the front range this year can be brown and dry. Lucky for us Denver wedding photographers, beautiful locations are not hard to find. They might require a drive and confronting weather patterns, but photographing for adventurous couples like Liz and Pablo make the extra time worth it. Liz and Pablo were willing to explore with me and I was so grateful for their adventurous spirits. We drove for hours, hiked, got dusty, and made some of the most colorful engagement photos. Their intimacy, sweetness, and joy in this wild place was a gift to behold. In addition to the beauty, this landscape used to assist Native Americans in hunting buffalo. Check it out: https://coloradoencyclopedia.org/article/calhan-paint-mines

 

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Best Wedding Photography of 2017
01.23.18

H2: The Best Wedding Photography Moments of 2017

 

Every year I like to take the time to reflect on the wedding images I took and put together a collection of my best of wedding photography. Looking back, what an incredible year of connection it was! Sifting through 26 wedding’s worth of images I found myself both in tears and laughing out loud. In both cases my responses were to moments of incredible joy and meaningful connection.

As is usual for me I left out inanimate objects, though I must say some of the flowers and design I saw this year were unbelievable. While those things are lovely and important somewhat, the best wedding photography to me is mostly about feeling, about moments. It is about sharing a legacy with generations to come, and that lasting legacy is mostly made and found in human to human connection. At least for me, when I look through the images of my family or when I consider imagery from my personal life I want to see touch, laughter, that crooked smile, expression of wonder, those in-between frames that makeup the stories of our lives. Mostly, I want to feel, and I hope you do too.

So these photographs are primarily a collection of moments and exchanges between people that reflect their love, what they value, and emotional insight into how these days unfolded. I’ve decided to arrange them in relative chronological order so that the flow of the series might easily take you into imagination of what a wedding day might have felt like for some, and so that you can share in all the feels too.

To those of you who invited me into these sacred experiences of yours, I am deeply grateful. What a gift it is to behold over and over again that which gives our lives meaning: love. I am honored to have shared connection with all of you, to have gotten to know you through the intimate process of wedding photography, and for our shared appreciation for each other. Here’s to you!

I’ll be sharing more from these weddings in detail on the blog soon: www.megannewtonphotography.com/blog

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