I just love how clever and sophisticated this Colorado engagement session is. Denver Destination Wedding Photographers Adam & Imthiaz evoke a classically modern, twentieth century abstract art vibe with this shoot.
The Piet Mondrian-inspired Composition II in Red, Yellow and Blue backdrop is not the only artful aspect of this photo shoot, we also see a color study in monochromatic blue and a complementary color study with yellow autumn leaves and the couples blue clothes. Brilliant!
In addition to commemorating this new phase in your life, engagement shoots are a delightful way to slow down and enjoy the intensely heady time and often times stressful time. They are also a great way for you to get to know your photographers a bit better and discern whether or not you feel comfortable enough to spend some of the most intimate moments of your wedding day with these people. Finally, it's a great time to make sure your photographers style meshes with your personal aesthetic. You want your photographer to be able to tell your story through pictures.
I also love the urban landscape pictures, highlighting the architectural details and points of interest in this Colorado city. Adam & Imthiaz so artfully captured.
When I first started blogging about mountain weddings, I imagined a lot of rustic and handmade details. But as I continue to meet mountain brides and wedding professionals online, my mountain wedding worldview has expanded in such delightful ways. I (and I hope you) have re-thought my idea of what a mountain wedding looks like. Yes, mountain weddings (and engagements as it were) can be rustic and outdoorsy and handmade, but they are also modern, funky, glamorous, urbane, artsy, and sophisticated.
Many thanks to Adam & Imthiaz Photography for submitting this fabulous engagement photo shoot and continuing to expand my notions of what mountain weddings and engagements should look like ! (Submitted through Two Bright Lights)