The shutterbugs at Janssen Photography divide their time between two scenic locales where they capture subjects around charming outdoor grounds or inside one of two contemporary studios. At the Lakewood site, a historical Victorian home nestles amid 2 acres of scenery that include a pond, waterfall, gazebo, and a 1940s vintage pickup truck. The Littleton studio rests on 2.5 acres of coalmining land, where a rustic cellar and a stone waterfall create evocative photo backgrounds. Once photographers have snapped sophisticated family photos, whimsical child portraits, and memorable senior photos, they retouch these images and immortalize them in print form. When they aren't snapping shots on their home turf, Janssen's photographers go on location to chronicle weddings, shoot publicity photos, and document fake lunar landings.
Husband-wife team Bill and Kelli Nixon have captured unforgettable moments at hundreds of weddings. Bill, who served for years as a wedding cinematographer, has an excellent eye for lighting, while Kelli is known for her keen sense of timing and framing, making them a powerhouse team when it comes to shooting everything from engagement pics to family portraits to clown college graduation photos. And, in addition to immortalizing special events, the pair also breaks down all the techniques involved with capturing that perfect shot during digital photography workshops for budding photographers.
Providing Fine photography services in the Denver Metro area since 1960. Business & publicity photos. Social Networking images. High school senior pictures. Family Portraits. Traditional and Contemporary Wedding Photography. Pictorial directories for Churches and Country Clubs.
Picture poet Alan Hill knows that who you are is a combination of appearance and actions. He will work with you to craft situations, poses, and expressions that convey personality, verve, and the joy of marriage. A "Trash the Dress" session preserves the intention in your vows while distressing your dress in an act akin to Hendrix introducing his beloved guitar to the stage floor. Make clear how much you've fallen in love by posing in a waist-deep lagoon or thrashing through a muddy mountain bike trail in a flowing, formerly white dress.