Golden Gate Canyon State Park. Wedding at Panorama Point.

Post on July 02, 2018 by Marla Rutherford

Categories - boulder, Colorado, event, photographer, photography, photojournalism, Portraits, Uncategorized, Wedding

When Kameron asked me to photograph his wedding it was a no brainer. I had photographed his brothers’ wedding in Silverthorne Colorado and his sisters wedding in Nashville Tennessee. All of them are pictured in the group shots below. I had told them it was my goal to photograph all

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What to wear for an engagement shoot? Outfit tips.

Post on March 08, 2018 by Marla Rutherford

Categories - Beaver Creek, boulder, clothes, Colorado, engagement, fashion, Golden, mountains, photographer, photography, Portraits, Uncategorized

It’s a question many couples ask me when they prepare for this engagement photo session. Should we match? Go formal? Wear white? Color? The clothing you end up choosing is an important part of the final art, but it’s easy. All you need to do is just follow a few

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Rustic Colorado wedding at Wild Basin Lodge

Post on February 14, 2018 by Marla Rutherford

Categories - Allenspark, boulder, Colorado, denver, event, family, mountains, photographer, photography, Portraits, Uncategorized, Wedding, Wild basin lodge

Marla was referred to us by a colleague for our wedding, and she was the first photographer we looked at. As the groom and amateur photographer, I couldn’t care less about colors or flowers, I wanted the best photographer we could find. We kept coming back to Marla’s work, looking

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Looking back at 2017

Post on December 31, 2017 by Marla Rutherford

Categories - Aspen, Austin, Beaver Creek, boulder, business, Colorado, denver, Dunafon Castle, event, family, fashion, Florida, Golden, mountains, photographer, photography, photojournalism, Portraits, Texas, travel, Uncategorized, Wedding

2017 was an amazing year for my wedding photography business.It started off with photographing a wedding in Austin Texas, than Florida and ended in the Rocky Mountains. The year marked the first time I used smoke bombs for photography effect, shot in Southern humidity that reached 93 degrees, booked 15

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