Monthly Archives: February 2011

by Edward C. deCroce . . This synopsis is not meant to be an all-inclusive history of wedding and event photography.  More than anything, these are my impressions of the craft gleaned from hanging around it for 50 years.  It’s written to remind us that with each new advancement in photography comes a new style. […]

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  • Tico Sicjacktvowski - Very insightful and deliciously well written.ReplyCancel

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  • hvexsfrvo - Great issue in this article about wedding photography. Thank you for writing this comprehensive history about a subject you obviously know so much.ReplyCancel

It’s almost gone now and we hope it stays away until next year.  Well it’s not exactly Denver corporate photography, Denver family portraiture or Denver wedding photography, but photography is still my hobby and my passion.  Who knows, I may one day join Zach as a Colorado fine art photographer.  http://www.zachsingerphotography.com/

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  • William Joel - Edward, These are spectacular, I just gotta have one of these on canvas. Please contact me about the details.ReplyCancel

  • Matt Stanyon-Tall - What fantastic images – quite different from your other photos – good luck with this new direction!ReplyCancel

    • Edward DeCroce - Thanks Matt. Not sure I could make a living doing fine art photography in Denver. But commercial photographers in Colorado or anywhere else can dream eh? Love your work as well. All the best!ReplyCancel