Reorganizing & Moving: A New Blog!!!

To all of you who have followed this photography blog, I can’t thank you enough for your encouragement and support. In attempt to reorganize and simplify, this blog has moved! Please continue to stay current with the adventures of Keeping Composure Photography at its new home:

Be safe, be healthy, be happy,



> A Day in the Mountains

See the entire session with Madeline on KCP’s portfolio web site, at .

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I’ve been looking for a creative outlet for some time now. Something that shows off the perfection of Fall in the mountains, something more spontaneous than a family shoot, some play time. Madeline & I started out past Ute Pass Road north of Silverthorne and found more exciting mini adventures on the side of the road as we drove. Many more to come later, but I couldn’t resist a super quick preview…

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> A Mountain Engagement Shoot

The countdown has begun – these two will be newlyweds by tomorrow!! I feel so blessed to be a part of this awesome week, and can’t wait to start shooting tomorrow!

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> Pearls, pedals & boat shoes. And two dogs. And an awesome rustic cabin with amazing wildflowers. AND a soft-lit, rainy day… In other words, Megan & Ryan had the perfect setting for their engagement photo shoot in Frisco, Colorado this Fall.


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> Square Frame: a small series of medium format images VII


The life saver at West Lake in Copper Mountain’s Center Village. You wouldn’t want to take a swim in that pond – chilly! I think I was reminiscing about beaches this day. Winter was gone, but no lake up here is warm enough to enjoy jumping in.

Copper Lifesaver

> Square Frame: a small series of medium format images IV


The touring Copper Mountain cars parked out in Burning Stones Plaza. Love this photo – is it recent or dated? Either way, it’s fun. American Eagle lift in the back, with the half pipe behind and a Woodward logo peaking out through the back window.

Copper Car