I’m always on the hunt for great photography to feature here and in my home. (After all, what’s a great Colorado mountain home without great mountain photography on the walls?)
To say that local photographer Stephanie Wetherby, a native Coloradoan, is adept at capturing the beauty of the Colorado landscape is quite the understatement. (Be sure to view the slideshow below of some of her work.)
From an extreme mountain sunset to the delicate intricacies of a Rocky Mountain wildflower, Stephanie definitely knows how to bring these images to a level that makes you actually feel those same awe-struck emotions that you feel when you see these things in person.
Stephanie is also equally adept at her portrait work. She specializes in capturing her subjects’ unique personalities in natural light. No posed studio work here.
She says, “Making photographs, for me, has always been about grabbing moments in time.”
Most of her work is done outside, which I love. She’s photographed babies, children, young adults, adults, pets and families.
You can browse through her sample portrait galleries here. (If you see an awesome photo of 3-year-old holding a fall maple leaf, feel free to comment on how beautiful he is.)
Stephanie is now scheduling portrait appointments for this fall. (Just think of your family portrait in the bold color of the aspen trees in September.) You can e-mail her for more information at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also purchase Stephanie’s landscape art online. Check out more of her artistic work in her online galleries.
And for just a sampling of Stephanie’s art, view the slideshow below. All photos used with permission from the artist.
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