Family photos at The Rio Grande. The Rio Grande bosque spanish for “forest” offers a unique environment in arid Albuquerque. Large cottonwood trees, coyote willow, and New Mexico olive create a cool, shady forest and provide habitat for beaver, numerous bird species, turtles, and snakes.
I can tell by the look on Jen’s face, she will not be having me back for family photos. Don’t get me wrong, we took some traditional everyone’s hair brushed, clean clothes photos, but I wasn’t winning over the boys, and since I know very little about Mindcraft, I needed to connect with them somehow- so warpaint by the river it was. Full disclosure- the parent’s were on board for this shoot- well, that was until I told the boys to hug mom and Dad, after they were muddy. I have known this couple for 12 years now after photographing their wedding, and I just adore them.
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Peyton’s bridal portrait, photographed in 4×5 film in the studio. The Negatives My perfect workspace- no heart foam lattes or macbook pro Darkroom developing trays The print! More 4×5 film images Husband came to support and also drink Rose’. Thanks you two, for supporting the art of film and print. “Print your f$%^ing work… otherwise it’s just a fleeting glimpse on the insta carousel… and what’s the point of that…” #printyourwork – Craig Flemming
Tiffany loves the 70’s. We shot this series on Dubble Bubblefilm, which is hand tinted and “has been pre-exposed to achieve their unique effects. “
“I absolutely love your photos. As always you nailed it. Thank you so much” – Kat In the studio for a vintage paper moon black and white photoshoot. Behind the Scenes on the Set