The Colorado commercial photographers at DeCroce were asked to document the airport workers for a G2 Secure . The national advertising photography project was shot in Vail Colorado.
As longtime Denver photographers, we know our clients find fault in the little flaws about themselves that others might not even notice. Many Denver business photography clients say things like, “Can you make my nose bigger (or smaller)” and, “Please soften the wrinkles.”
But on the flip side, I remember one elderly executive joking “how dare you take away my wrinkles, I worked hard for every one of them.” Indeed, Mrs. Vessels and her husband Tom, had worked very hard building their oil business in Denver. But part of being a good photographer is knowing how much reality to leave in and how much diminish to the blemishes and lines. No one wants to look like a Norman rockwell painting, yet we’re surprised how many times newby photographers over-retouch and smooth their clients skin too much. As my friend, German wedding photographer Hardy Klahold would say, “It looks ironed.”
From an editorial photographer Denver perspective, the reality of facial lines and flaws is not just the story but the art. And in a world free from little things like bills and mortgage, our aim of making editorial art would be king. But we’ve found something close to the sweet middle spot where diminished flaws don’t really distract from the realty of the person. At least not too much.
In this executive portrait Denver location photograph, a few lines have been retouched a bit and her eyes have been lightened. But the big change was in the hair. The crack retouching department at DeCroce Photography Denver did a fine job of taming wild hairs without destroying the fresh and natural feel of this Denver corporate Photograph portrait on location.
So please do let us know your opinion on the subject and the photograph.
It was a great adventure to photograph ladies for Denver pinup photography at the Powder Room in Denver recently. And the project was a success. We set up a small studio in a garden level room at the Powder Room with three strobes and a seamless ivory background.
While many of the results might be too risque to post, these glamour photos Denver of beautiful Michelle Roybal are stunning. Michelle may have a new career as a Denver fashion model, eh?
The commercial photographers Denver at DeCroce photography never grow tired of looking at this Denver fashion photo. It’s in our blog masthead and the Denver advertisement photo is already posted on the website. But we’ve never blogged the story of the Colorado commercial photo assignment for Pampered Passions Lingerie and the gorgeous supermodel Adiamond Baker.
The composition and pose of this Denver fashion ad photograph is sublimely artistic. Perhaps an improvement could have been a bit of backlight on the hair eh? We look forward to working with Adiamond again at the next photo shoot. If you like this picture, keep checking back here for more posts of Adiamond from the Lingerie Photo shoot In Denver.
With winter’s last growl, Colorado mountain resorts got the blizzard they’ve been praying for since February. It finally came last weekend just as most resorts were preparing to close.
Plane deicers, like this one at the Vail/eagle airport captured by the Colorado commercial photographers at DeCroce Photography, had a long layoff during the record warm and dry month of march 2012. But at least there was some deicing action on closing day as thousands of travelers made there final trek out of the hills.
This commercial photo in Colorado was shot for the Colorado advertising photography campaign of G2 Secure by the Denver advertising photo department at DeCroce Photography.