We brought Stuart and Logan down to Denver to take their Senior Pictures instead of taking pictures in Parker like we had been for numerous shoots. We had already taken some pictures of Logan before with Marissa, but since Stuart and Logan are twins we decided to take her down to Downtown Denver while doing Stuart’s pictures to see what kind of shots we could come up with.
The first set of shots that we took ended up being some of our favorites of Logan.
The red background really makes the image pop and is a lot different from what most of the shots in the Chaparral yearbook look like.
We proceeded to shoot on Millennium Bridge in Denver which took a lot of patience because the amount of people walking back and forth. We ended up getting a few interesting shots while up there. Here are our two faves.
We ended the session at a little park across the street from the bridge. There were interesting backgrounds with the buildings and some cool brick backgrounds.
Good Luck at Chap for your Senior Year you two!
Quinceañera, or simply Quince, is the celebration of a girl’s fifteenth birthday in Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, Central and South American traditions. This birthday is celebrated differently from any other birthday, as it marks the transition from childhood to young womanhood. In Mexico, the birthday girl, known as the Quinceañera, is made-up with elegantmakeup. Traditionally, this would be the first time she was to wear makeup, wear high heels, and be allowed to date, however this is usually no longer the case. The Quinceañera is also expected to wear a formal evening dress. Traditionally, the dress worn by the Quinceañera to this event is an evening ball gown (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quincea%C3%B1era).
Ana Victoria’s Quinceañera was held in Denver, Colorado at Sacred Heart Catholic Church. We had a lot of fun capturing the days’ events and wanted to show a sneak peak before we finished editing the rest of the pictures. Hope you like them!