business portrait for Boulder entrepreneur

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Our challenge was to create a business portrait with enough gravitas to represent his success, experience and talent in building businesses via SEO. At the same time, we wanted his friendliness and enthusiasm for his work to shine through. These portraits were shot during a business session at my Boulder studio.

perry rosenblum (c) dana rogers photography

What do you think? Do these portraits convey the maturity we were seeking? Here is a bit more about Perry and Boulder-based SEOSherpas. Contact him when you are ready to attract new business through your web site. In the meantime, follow his blog to learn more from him.

Perry Rosenblum leads the team of Sherpas at SEOSherpas. He’s built six-figure businesses from the ground-up, with Internet marketing as the sole strategy. And he and his team of Sherpas believe in paying it forward by sharing knowledge through our blog and webinars. If you have the time, energy and determination to start or grow your online business—whether it’s taking your brick and mortar online, or building a passive income website—then check out the SEOSherpas blog. The detailed tutorials on building a WordPress website, starting a niche website for passive income, and marketing your brand will help make you a Sherpa in no time!

 

Posted in boulder, colorado, professional portraits

a little winter walk – suzanne blons portraits

it is my pleasure to introduce you to the multi-talented suzanne blons. i look forward to telling you more about her soon. but for now, check out these gorgeous images captured on a recent snowy day.

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if you simply can’t wait to find out more, please visit suzanne’s web site.

cheers, dana

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dr. craig defries

craig defries popped in to pose for me a few weeks ago. he is the doctor to see if you are seeking overall health and wellness and have been frustrated by the traditional health care answers: tests, medications, etc.

he is working on company-wide wellness programs as well as seeing individual clients who are motivated to make healthy changes in a coached and customized setting.

craig defries by dana rogers photography

craig defries by dana rogers photography

craig defries by dana rogers photography

and that’s what we got.

Posted in portraits, professional portraits

thanksgiving 2012

this year’s thanksgiving was serendipitous. we were invited to steve’s very nice neighbor’s lovely woodland home. the meal was delicious and the conversation was lively and interesting. a lovely way to celebrate gratitude and share a feast.

making phone calls

but we started the day with phone calls to far away family: kids, parents, siblings.

macy's thanksgiving day parade

watched a bit of the parade. this was a santa dance where they had santas in many different, gorgeous suits.

it's santa claus!

but the big guy was dressed all in red. i was a little surprised to see that he needed a caption. what a perfect santa.

ho ho ho

ho ho ho. i just love that face. isn’t that the perfect santa? macy’s must have their pick!

narcissus

by the way, the narcissus are coming along. we got these bulbs at sturtz & copeland and they seem quite vivacious. i can’t wait to smell the sweet aroma.

feeder visitor

it’s so woodsy at the neighbors. they have bird feeders that attract so many visitors. the trees come right up to the edge of the deck.

bird feeder activity

isn’t he beautiful. he didn’t really want to pose for any photos, so it took a few tries to “capture” him. i am hoping he visits at steve’s, but i can see that the buffet is much better here.

little bear

isn’t this the cutest? there are so many adorable touches everywhere.

buck in the woods

this guy watched us eat. isn’t he stunning?

our lovely hostess made butter

our hostess used a hand-cranked device to make fresh butter for the meal. this was a HUGE treat.

homemade rolls

the homemade rolls puffed up so beautifully – altitude be darned.

thanksgiving proclamation

our host shared the Thanksgiving Proclamation issued by Lincoln during the civil war. I didn’t realize he turned Thanksgiving into an official holiday.

the bounty

tthe bounty – i ate it all up. woh. we laughed that everyone took advantage of the plate borders to extend their food opportunities

kitty host

one our hosts. this was the softest, furriest kitty i have ever met.

i hope your holiday was filled with warmth and joy.

cheers, dana

 

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halloween cowboy

cowboy by dana rogers photography

 

cheers, dana

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