It was great fun photographing the Judges again.  And with the newest addition 18 months old,  it was a challenging family portrait.

I first worked with Rhonda and Carl doing their wedding photography in Denver – way back in the olden days film.  Even with the antiquated Hasselblad  film camera, we were able to capture plenty of great shots in a photojournalist style.  The album was a great success and seeing it now reminds me that there was great wedding photography before the digital age.

This it the third family portrait session/day-in-the-life photo shoot with the handsome family.  Each shoot was a home portrait session followed by a trip to a nearby park.

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  • Rhonda Judge - Edward has been our photographer since we met him in 2002 for our wedding photography in Denver. We knew instantly he was the right photographer for us after having met
    with many others.

    He has done all of our family photos in Denver since then.

    He spends time with us and allows us to be ourselves and capture our lives and each individual character.

    I would highly reccommend Edward and will continue to use him for many years!

    It is evident that this is not only his career but his passion.ReplyCancel

  • Steffie - Wow – that mother and baby photo is awesome. Love the way the baby is reaching for that leaf. I can already tell that’s gonna be super when you do my wedding photography in downtown Denver next year!ReplyCancel

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For anyone who reads this, please send your thoughts and if you pray, please do one for little Owen and his parents.

These pictures were made a few weeks ago, and if you scroll down, you’ll see two other recent blog posts about him.

Owen had a stroke on Sunday and is in the hospital.

 

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The pictures below were taken at The Childrens hospital.

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  • Valerie Murray - These pictures are amazing! Thank you for all the thoughts and prayers!ReplyCancel

  • Maria Kuffel - #trans I will definitely recommend this to my friendsReplyCancel

  • Freddie Sturgis - Amazing article. Keep up the excellent performance.ReplyCancel

  • rio lisboa - I unquestionably understand what great photos you post. Actually, I browsed throughout your other posts and I do think that you are definitely a fine photographer. Congrats with this online site.ReplyCancel

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A-Day-in-the-Life.

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This is the second time I’ve gotten together with Monica and Paul and their two handsome boys.  In each photo shoot, we spent about a half day documenting the fun and mixing in  formal family portraits.

Little Desmond was still a baby last time.  Look ahead to see how he’s honed his tree climbing skills.

It was the perfect autumn day for this colorful Colorado family portrait.

  • Jonathan Monton - Wow these are great. Love those child portraits and action shots of the kids. Is that what you call photojournalism or family portraits? Anyway, I love to come in here to see what great new artistic pictures you got. Man I love them. You’ve gotta be some of the best photographers in Denver.ReplyCancel

  • Amy Alcorn - Love the pics! You really captured a beautiful family with some great shots.ReplyCancel

  • Monica Roy - We can’t say enough great things about Edward DeCroce Photography! Edward has done 2 day-in-the-life photo shoots
    with our family and we are so thrilled with the results. From our first phone conversation, I felt like I had known Edward for years.
    He has such a warm and inviting personality, which combined with phenomenal skills with the camera, make for a great afternoon and fantastic photos!
    We look forward to our next shoot with you, Edward,

    We love showing off your work. 🙂ReplyCancel

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It was a blast to shoot with Frances www.francesphotography.com/

Being the second photographer is something I’ve not done for a long time, but I thoroughly enjoyed it.  And Frances is a real pro.  I first met Frances about 7 years ago in a photographers group and she’s always been one of my favorites.

If my style is not exactly what you’re looking for,  be sure to check out Frances Marron.

On the steps at The Four seasons in Denver.

 

This bride and a Denver Broncos cheerleader.

 

  • Tom Swanson - Edward, you are the consummate Denver event photographer! Whether it is a wedding, corporate celebration or a fundraiser, you not only capture the photographic images – but most importantly the spirit of the event.ReplyCancel

  • qugphosabql - Oh my goodness, these pictures are so great. You have an uncanny knack to tell the story in photos. And the pictures are so pretty that you must be one of the best wedding photographers in Colorado. ReplyCancel

  • Viney - That’s the best photography for weddings so far! And we’ve search hundreds of these. Well done, you wedding photographers at deCroce.ReplyCancel

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Broncos support great cause.

Nine Denver Broncos  joined teammate Wesley Woodyard at his MVP fund-raising dinner on Tuesday night.  The event, held at Sullivan’s Steakhouse in Lodo, raised money for Wesley Woodyard’s 16Ways Foundation which supports at-risk youth and their families.

Giving up their night off to join Wesley Woodyard were teammates Demaryius Thomas, Eddie Royal, Joe Mays, Mario Haggan, Champ Bailey, Von Miller, Braxton Kelly, and David Bruton.  The Broncos took dinner orders and served participants who spent $250 for the privilege.  Money raised from the dinner and the silent auction go to the 16Ways foundation.

Profits from pictures purchased from this photographer also go to Wesley’s 16Ways.  To see more please visit my main site: http://www.deCrocePhotography.com Under the client tab the password is Wesley (case sensitive).

Mario Haggen (left) and Von Miller share laughs while thy wait tables at Sullivan's Steak House for charity.

 

Wesley Woodyard and cousin (left). Mario Haggan and Von Miller (center). Demaryius Thomas and friend (right)

From left, Wesley Woodyard, Demaryius Thomas, Champ Bailey, Von Miller, Joe Mays and Braxton Kelly.

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David Burton serves the steak while Wesley Woodyard applies the pepper.

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