Are photos important? While they are not as important as, say food and shelter, they should rank high on your priority list. The value of a photo goes up the moment it is created. You might not always see the full value immediately. A photograph is like a fine wine that takes time to develop. In a photograph, you can pause a moment that you may have otherwise have forgotten.
The photographs you see below were taken a few years ago. Carl and Gayle became clients and quick friends after I photographed their grandsons' senior portraits. They lived in downtown Denver right on the 16th street mall in an amazing condo. Carl was a psychologist and had an office walking distance from their front door.
Carl passed away a few months ago and as I was revisiting the photo shoot I realized the value of these photos now. Carl is gone but a piece of him remains. Photos of him doing some of his favorite things, with his favorite person, in his favorite city. I hope you enjoy the photos and catch a glimpse of the value of photography.
I encourage you. Take out your camera today, and take some photos of those you love. Or call me and I can get you set up.
Rest in Peace Carl.