How do you know if you have all of the elements of an uber-Boulder Engagement Portrait Session? Let’s see, first off, you HAVE to have a smiling portrait in front of the Flatirons . . . bonus points if it is NOT taken from the worn out rock or the fence at Chautauqua Park.
Next up the couple should be dressed as casually as possible. Flip-flops? Affirmative.
Do you have action sports involved? Are beers being consumed and technical prowess being displayed?
Do both the gal AND the guy have shaved legs?
Does the girl have legs of steel that are still all pumped up from the day’s triathlon training?
Yessir, these guys are WAY Boulder, and so am I, so we had a good old time riding cruisers and drinking barley sodas on the bike path. Jason owns Pedal Pushers Cyclery down in Denver. He actually found me from my other blog, and the photos that I posted from the State Cyclocross race in Lyons. I shot a picture of Whiskey Dave that Dave linked to on his blog . . . and Jason knows him . . . and you get the idea. Bike brothers keepin’ it real.
OK so I can’t have a photo shoot that is typical or ordinary so I have to interject some of my unique style at this point! Swirly, twirly, blurriness. Yee-ha!
“Hey Katie, now why don’t you blow this Dandilion of Death into Jason’s face?”
Well thanks for tuning in, I’ll leave with a nice romantic lake by the mountain landscape black and white image. Awwww . . .