Denver Engagement Photographer

Getting your Denver engagement photos taken should be fun, playful, intimate and emotional. Having the right engagement photographer can ensure that the photos come out the way you want them to. When choosing a photographer, you need to make sure he or she suits your style and personality.

What’s Julie’s style?

Relaxed and fun. Predictable and “say cheese” isn’t nearly as fun as a shot of tequila or glass of red wine to start the session (especially if you find yourself a little camera shy :-). After you’ve loosened up a bit, the focus should be on your partner and not the camera. Capturing a couple’s unique chemistry is something Julie seeks to do at every engagement session. The more you focus on your partner and the love between you, the better the photos will turn out.

Engagement Photo Locations in Denver and Boulder

LoHi (Lower Highlands in Denver) — Maybe my favorite area for Denver engagement photos. There’s a lot of historical building mixed in with new builds plus great restaurants and bars. If you’re looking for something eclectic, hip yet historical, LoHi is the place.
RiNo District — RiNo is happening. So many fun spots to visit for your relaxed, fun engagement session.
LoDo (Lower Downtown)
Cheesman Park (Denver) — Great park. Beautiful in spring, summer or fall.
Wash Park & Old South Gaylord Street
Pearl Street (Boulder) — I LOVE this area. So many fun things to do and options (like walking over to Boulder Creek to get some fun nature shots).
Coot Lake (Boulder County) — Another favorite Boulder County outdoor location for shoots of all kinds. Starting there, then heading over to Avery for a beer on a sunny day is a lot of fun.
Chautauqua Park / Flatirons in Boulder — A perennial favorite that offers stunning landscapes of the Flatirons as well as the city of Boulder. Chautauqua is stunning in the summer and fall.
Boulder Reservoir

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