With the huge slowdown in the wedding business this past summer, it has presented me with an opportunity to get back to my roots and start creating a lot of new landscape images. To celebrate, use the coupon code SUMMER10 to take 10% off your order of hand signed framed or loose prints before summer ends on September 22. Continue reading
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As many of you know, I have been creating fine art photographic prints for quite a long time. If you ever had a chance to visit Altitude Gallery in Breckenridge or John Fielder’s Colorado gallery in Denver have probably seen some of my photographs there.
For now, I will be offering three sizes available as either a lose print or a ready-to-hang float mount panel. The float mounts are a visually stunning contemporary means of displaying an image that makes it appear to float about an inch off your wall. There is no glass in front of the print which eliminates glare and makes the image as vibrant as possible. If you prefer a more traditional piece, your local frame shop can provide a custom moulding to go around the float mount.
I want to keep this short and simple since I know people have been getting overloaded with updates about the viral outbreak and focus on how this will impact clients of Timothy Faust Photography. Continue reading »
This post on Unplugged Weddings will be the first in a series of commentaries on controversial photography issues.
I know, it’s an abrasive title, but trust me, I will explain it momentarily. And hopefully, I can put your concerns to rest. First, let me start by explaining what an unplugged wedding is. Simply put, it is a wedding free of electronic devices. This could be limited to a ceremony where guests are not expected to used cameras and/or phones. But it can extend to the the Hollywood ceremonies where guests must place their phones into a locker when they arrive and retrieve them when they leave. Continue reading »
Cate and Dan are from right here in Breckenridge, Colorado. It’s always great to have an opportunity to work for local couples. They chose one of my all time favorite wedding venues for there ceremony and reception. Arapahoe Basin has some really incredible and rugged scenery which makes a perfect photography background, especially at sunset. Continue reading »
Location: Sapphire Point, Breckenridge, Colorado
Reception Venue: Double Tree, Breckenridge
Tanille and Larry picked Sapphire Point in Breckenridge for their May wedding because of the spectacular views of snow capped mountains. Weather in May can be a little unpredictable, but luckily a winter storm cleared in time to give us some amazing photo opportunities.
Being a huge Star Wars fan, Tanille added some subtle but special touches like lightsaber bouquets for the bridesmaids and R2-D2 socks for the groomsmen for this May the Fourth be with you wedding. Anyone who knows me even a little, knows that I am also a massive Star Wars fan and definitely approved of those details. Continue reading »
I met Kelly at least a decade ago when we were both working at a wedding in Summit County together. I was really honored when Kelly asked me to photograph her and Steve’s wedding this year. I loved that they decided to do a DIY ceremony at the Frisco Gazebo, followed by dinner at one of my favorite restaurants, Bagalis. Then they topped it off with a reception at Summit County’s best music Venue, 10 Mile Music Hall. I really liked how they invited the entire community to the reception. Continue reading »
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