November 21st, 2012
We recently designed the site, www.energyselectcontractors.com. It’s a website powered by Joomla and uses images from istockphoto.com. With it’s green and gold color scheme, the site is not only visually appealing, but it’s also clean and easy to navigate. We also created the logo and enjoyed putting together the rotating images on the home page!
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November 13th, 2012
Here are some pictures taken for Waste Management’s recycling center in Loveland. With their focus now on environmentally-friendly recycling, they wanted pictures showing their waste disposal solutions. Not only did we effectively capture all the different elements of their business, it was also fun for us to see how their machines work and the variety of things they can recycle!
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November 7th, 2012
One of our favorite locations to shoot senior portraits is in Viestenz-Smith Park. Brooke, a senior in Denver, enjoyed the beautiful sunshine and scenery while taking her pictures. She felt at ease with the camera and gave us gorgeous smiles to cap it all off!
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October 24th, 2012
Jon Rentfrow, of Rentfrow Design, and his family kept it casual as we took family portraits in front of this stunning red barn located in the south end of Fort Collins. The three boys were silly, but we got smiles from everybody! It’s always a pleasure to work with and for Jon.
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October 16th, 2012
Teague, a senior at Thompson Valley High School, enjoyed an afternoon in Viestenz-Smith park’s beautiful scenery while we shot his senior pictures. His mom joined us and was most helpful in getting smiles from her son. Teague was easy-going and a pleasure to work with!
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January 3rd, 2012
Creating a website outline is at the core of how to link a website for a local business. This outline represents the domain name (homepage), directories, sub-directories, and page structure of your website. You can have as many nested directories as you like but it is best to keep it to a minimal level for SEO purposes. The deeper a page is nested inside directories and sub-directories the less relevance it is attributed by search engines. Continue reading →
December 27th, 2011
When choosing how to name a website for your local business what you are really choosing is a Domain Name, also called a Web address or URL. This name is linked to an IP address which represents a physical point on the Internet. When someone types your domain name into a Web browser, your Web page displays. Your domain name is arguably the most important aspect of creating a small business website.
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September 17th, 2011
Brochure for Colorado Luxury Homebuilder Brannen Design and Construction
This is an example of a simple brochure postcard for Colorado Luxury Homebuilder Brannen Design and Construction. Because they only wanted to purchase a small quantity of brochures at a time we chose to go with HP Indigo press printing which is a digital printing solution with unmatched offset quality.
The reason I choose to go with HP Indigo is because the quality is excellent (better than any other digital printing technology imo), customers are able to choose from the same papers as traditional press printing (most digital printers have a very limited selection). Finally the price is very competitive and the turnaround times are about 1/2 that of traditional offset printing.
August 4th, 2011
Rentfrow Design wins Residential Design + Build 2011 Design Excellence Awards. Cover photo by Warren Diggles.
We have been working with Jon Rentfrow for years photographing his Colorado Luxury Home designs. His home designs have won numerous residential awards and this month The Avalon is featured on the cover of Cygnus Publishing’s Residential Design + Build magazine. The Avalon was awarded Cygnus Publishing’s 2011 Design Excellence Award for the Spec/Model category. This speculation home was designed at the request of the developer for a high end development in west Loveland nestled in a valley bordering Devil’s Backbone park. You can see the article on page 42 of the magazine.
August 1st, 2011
The Alpine Visitor Center is located at the intersection of Trail Ridge Road and Fall River Road at an elevation of 11,796 feet.
As a photographer in Colorado I really enjoy getting a chance to photograph well known Colorado places. Alpine Visitor Center at the top of Trail Ridge Road is definitely a landmark of Rocky Mountain National Park. Steve Lane, a local Colorado architect hired me to photograph this newly finished interior remodel. Steve is the founder and principal architect of Basis Architecture, Colorado Architecture Firm located in Estes Park.
One of the difficulties for this project was that we only had a short amount of time to set-up before the center opened for the day. As soon as the doors opened the visitors flood in, so there were a lot of tourists in the visitor center during the shoot. I really don’t mind this because I actually like having people in the pictures when photographing buildings. People could definitely see us working and the people that didn’t mind being in the pictures milled around the areas I was photographing. The staff of the visitor center were also explaining to the crowd that we were there to take pictures of the facility. This allowed them to avoid being in the pictures if they were sensitive to that. Continue reading →