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  • Hi! And a warm welcome to SABphotography

    "modern, fun, fresh photography for every moment"

    Thanks so much for stopping by my blog. This is where i post sneak peeks into shoots, new products, samples of fun things to do with your images, holiday specials, or maybe just me getting out and about with my lens.
    I have college level, as well as fine art academy photography coursework on my CV. I am published in Colorado Weddings Magazine, Durango Weddings Magazine, MINTED, Sierra Club Magazine and have work featured alongside Pixel Magic in a Walt Disney feature film. I am member of WPPI. (Please check out About Me for more...

  • SABphotography’s Eco Boutique

    I am so excited to offer your printed images on 100% Recycled, 100% Wind power manufactured Eco Matte paper. This paper is 130# of cardstock goodness. And, a variety of other yummy Green papers that feel as good as they look. Of course, I continue to have a full line of standard photographic print papers and products available.

    I am also pleased to say that I minimize paper and packaging where I can, and, all of my products are Green, from my 100% recycled business cards to my bamboo shopping bags! For more details.

Casey and TJ…Engagement shoot

recently returned from some traveling in the South and met this young couple for an e-session.  they are marrying at a country club on a golf course so we tied into that on a super hot day like only Houston knows…here is a sneak peek into their shoot and thanks much to Donna and everyone who helped us find shade. and, best of wishes to the young couple:<)


michele and andy wedding | colorado wedding photographer | sabphotography

I had the opportunity to second shoot for the sublimely talented Chelsea Valach for the uber wedding of Michele and Drew at Dunton Hot Springs.  They rented out the quaint old mining town refurbished high end for the weekend to share their nuptials with the closest of friends and family.  No detail was exluded!  My favorite was their ancestral cultural traditions including log sawing and ring knot untying…”if we can get through this together, we can get through anything”

Thanks much to Chelsea of True Religion Photography, I had a blast! And, thank God for everything:<)    Keep scrolling as it is broken into 8 posts, enjoy and thanks for looking!

Melissa Stein - August 2, 2010 - 4:26 pm

Love the window picture!!!

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