Denver Photographer Does Denver Photography
I’ve been busy doing photography for other people. I’m not complaining about that one bit– I wouldn’t have it any other way! But it’s tough these days to take the time for myself to just go out and photograph simply for the fun of it. I decided it just had to be done! I went out for a couple hours with my lovely Canon 5D Mark II camera and a single Canon 35mm f 1.4 L lens and walked the streets of Denver to see what I could see. Well, there is a LOT to see around Denver. I could have continued taking photos for days, weeks, months, years and there would still be interesting subject matter just begging to be photographed. How lucky am I to be a Denver photographer with photo opportunities all around? There’s so much art! It’s the art you see around town, but there’s also art in the architecture, in the people, in the music, in the street, everywhere! All so unique! I started taking pictures over near the South Platte River and Confluence Park and walked through LODO, across downtown Denver up the 16th Street Mall, up to the Capitol Building, and back. I hope you enjoy as much as I did! And also be sure to see what else this Denver photographer is up to over at my main website.
I was asked by a magazine to document the University of Colorado’s Dental Frontier Center. A focus of the center is the oral-systemic connection. I photographed students getting hands-on training and various other aspects of the facility. For more editorial and documentary photography be sure to visit here.
I was hired by a firm that builds buildings to photograph a couple of the commercial spaces they built. The first location to get photos of was an architecture firm in Denver, which is a little funny since I was doing architecture photography. It was a beautiful place in Downtown. One of the challenges of doing architecture photography is the light, especially coming through windows, which can create shadowed or overly bright (or both!) areas which lack good detail. I use a method I created– well maybe other commercial photographers are using the method, I don’t know, but it’s a method I came up with that I really like. It’s essentially taking various multiple exposures of the same scene and unlike many photographers, I’m manually bringing them all together into the same photo to bring out the best of each exposure. The 2nd location we went to was in Lone Tree, Colorado. It was a beautiful dentist’s office. To see additional architecture photography head on over to the main site.