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Denver Portrait Photography: Liz B. in Washington Park

Last Saturday, my friend Liz and I went out to Wash Park to take portraits of each other and have some fun.  Liz is another Denver photographer and we both wanted to get out and have some practice being in front of the camera.  I like to try to get pictures of myself taken every so often so that I can know where my clients are coming from.  It is really great experience for me as a photographer to be able to put myself in my subjects’ shoes.  Liz and I just walked around Wash Park coming up with ideas as we went and choosing locations that we liked.  She is so easy to photograph because she is always smiling!  We tried to do a couple of poses where she wasn’t smiling and it always ended in laughter! Liz had seen this done before somewhere so she wanted to try it out.  It was a fun series of images:

This old green wall made a cool urban/grunge backdrop:

I took this picture standing on a rock a couple feet into the Wash Park pond.  I needed to get back further and this was my only option 🙂 :

Portrait photography of girl leaning against green wall in Washington Park, Denver, Colorado

I LOVE this image!!  It’s so Liz!:

This image has a great timeless feel to me that I really like:

It was really cold that morning and Liz had to blow into her hands to keep from turning blue:

portrait photography of girl blowing into hands in Washington Park, Denver, Colorado

This is my other favorite from the day.  I added a cross-processed film effect to this to give it the feel I wanted:

portrait photography of girl leaning against wall in Washington Park, Denver, Colorado
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