Susannah Storch Photography | Longmont Family Studio Portrait Photography
Boulder-based Susannah Storch Photography provides children and family photography for the Front Range of Colorado, from Denver to Boulder to Fort Collins.
family photography, childrens portraits, newborn sessions, baby photography, lifestyle portraits
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Longmont Family Studio Portrait Photography

Warm and cold, warm and cold. Colorado winters tend to be a mix of cold snaps and warm spells, although so far this winter fits more in to the warm spell category. I am thankful for that since this is the first time that I have trained for a half-marathon during the cold weather months. Yesterday’s 62 degrees made the 6 mile run quite pleasant and I even got a little hot in my long sleeves! This is a problem that I will take any day at the end of January. The downside is that the snow has been lacking, but luckily there was a storm in the mountains last Friday, and my friends and I got to enjoy plenty of powder at Vail on Saturday. I am starting to look forward to upcoming adventures including the half-marathon (warm please!) and a hut trip (bring on the snow please!).

Before I look too far forward, I still have a couple shoots to share from last year. Today’s is a studio family portrait session that we did in Longmont. I shot most of this session with my Canon 16-35mm lens. We were photographing in a smaller space than I would have liked for 5 people and this lens easily allowed me to fit everyone in the frame. I also used it for the top two shots of the boys to play with the distortion a wide angled lens creates. Since these images were fun, I think it works. The bottom image was photographed with a 50mm which is closer in tune to how your eye sees the world…more natural, less distortion.

The next blog post will hopefully feature images from a pet photography session. There may be one more pet session after that, and then I’ll be all caught up to 2012.

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Longmont-teen-photographyAll images © Susannah Allen 2011

 

 

1Comment
  • Alison Brohm
    Posted at 20:16h, 30 January Reply

    Love the pictures and the people in them.

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