When I had my own high school senior portraits done an unspeakable number of years ago, options were limited to going to a studio, and doing two photos. One in a cap and gown, and one in a suit and tie. That was it. Luckily the options today are not nearly so limited. When I photograph senior portraits here in Colorado, I try to really capture students’ personalities in amazing mountain scenery. The following is a selection of some of my favorite examples of senior portraits over the years, and some advice to get the most out of your session. Continue reading
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In addition to changing leaves, sweaters, and watching people get excited about pumpkin spice everything, my favorite thing about fall is senior portrait photography. Cole and his mother came to me a few months ago with some photo ideas. Cole is from Wisconsin, and really wanted to get some photos that captured the Colorado outdoor experience. He was especially interested in showing his love for Breckenridge and fly fishing. So we thought, why not go fishing in downtown Breckenridge? Continue reading »
Senior photos entail everything from head shots, to environmental portraiture and action photos. They need to be flattering but also reflect the individual’s interests and personality.
As you probably know, nothing is as powerful as word of mouth for the success of any business. Today the primary means of that is through social media and leaving an online review, but a challenge photographers like myself face is getting people to take the time to leave a review for is. Most reputable review sites do not allow businesses to compensate clients for leaving a review, but after talking with my doctor, Louis Perrinjaquet, we came up with an idea to help make it worth you while.
If you are a past client for weddings or portraits, even if all you did was order a few prints or download some digital images from a family member’s wedding, and take a few minutes to leave me a review, it will be greatly appreciated. Since I can’t compensate people for reviewing me, what I will do instead is to make a donation to, Doctors to the World, the charity group that my doctor works with providing medical services in developing countries.
For every review on Weddingwire or theKnot Timothy Faust Photography receives between the beginning of the year and July 1st, 2016, I will donate $20 to Doctors to the World. If you don’t have the time to write a full review, like my Facebook page or Instagram, and for each new follower I get, I will donate 25 cents, so tell your friends.
So there is complete transparency, here is where the numbers are right now:
Facebook: 1,455 fans
Instagram: 1,700 followers
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theKnot: 7 reviews
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Shelby visited Breckenridge, Colorado this year with her grandparents and wanted to have her senior pictures done out on Goose Pasture Tarn.
I photographed Anne’s family several years ago, and they returned to Breckenridge this year with several new additions to the family. Typically I travel to a family’s home or rental property with my equipment and photograph them in our around the home to make it as convenient as possible for my clients.
I have exciting news. My landscape photography is now hanging in Arts Alive Gallery at 500 S. Main in downtown Breckenridge Colorado. Before I started photographing weddings I focused on landscape and adventure travel photography around the world.
Arts Alive Gallery features over 40 local artists including, sculptors, photographers, painters, and jewelry and textile artists.
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