A month ago, I second shot a wedding with Jude Healey, a very talented wedding photographer based in Boulder. I was honored and scared to shoot with Jude. Honored, because of all the other photographers in Boulder, she chose me as her second shooter. Scared, because I knew at the end of the day I would give Jude my memory cards and she would have a bird’s eye view of my unedited work. It made me nervous and left me feeling very vulnerable.
The wedding was in Breckenridge in early October. It was a typical Colorado weather day—a little of this, a little of that. We had sun, we had golden aspens, we had snow and probably a little of sleet. Minutes before the ceremony was due to start outside, it moved indoors. And once the ceremony began indoors, the sun came out. Typical Colorado weather.
Before the wedding I worked with the guys. So we had a little fun. I had them all stand still and then on the count of three everyone BUT the groom, Brian, could run and change places. Until I called the next time to freeze. It is similar to musical chairs, you know that game kids play. See what I mean?
The bride loves pink. She and her ladies dyed their shoes themselves.
They just so happened to match these gorgeous roses—perfectly!
A couple of other details from the day.
Jude’s blog has more shots of the day. Congrats Julie and Brian, here is many years of love and happiness in the years to come