Tagged: Taos Plaza
Both Coco (four months) and Lola (three years) had so much fun in the crisp fall air for their autumn portraits. While I photographed Coco, Lola ran around a played in the grass and leaves; when I photographed Lola, Coco loved to watch Lola and every move that Lola made. I believe it’s important to choose a location for that is ideal for your family. If you have a high energy three year old, I usually recommend taking your photographs on location at a site where the child can run around an not be constrained for more than a few minutes at a time. For small babies and newborns, I love using our indoor studio and fluffy blankets to cater to your little one’s warmth and comfort.
Tags: autumn, babies, children, Henningsen Fine Art, kids, outdoor, Taos Plaza
Vanessa was thinking ahead when she scheduled an appointment in September for “whenever the leaves are golden in October.” We kept a good eye on those leaves and I believe we got amazing results! Now is a perfect time to coordinate your family schedules and get together for a family portrait! Family portraits are not only a fantastic way to preserve memories, but also a great way to share your family’s smiles with your loved ones. It’s not too late to get photos for your Christmas and holiday cards… Give us a call!
Tags: autumn, family, Henningsen F, Holiday Cards, natural lighting, on-location, Taos Plaza
There is nothing like a wedding in Taos, NM! Rachel and Seth live in California, but Rachel was raised in Taos and has been dreaming about her wedding day here since she was a little girl. Rachel and Seth tied the knot at Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish one block away from the Taos Plaza. The reception venue was Taos Country Club which has gorgeous views and a beautiful green golf course.
Tags: color: green, Country Club, Our Lady of Guadalupe, summertime, Taos Plaza
The Taos Vacation Guide describes Las Fiestas de Taos as a “time-honored festival preserving four centuries of cultural diversity and tradition unique to Taos.” Las Fiestas began in Taos in the 1930′s and always takes place at the end of July to observe the feast days of Santiago and Santa Ana (St. James and St. Anne).
In my opinion, the best “Fiestas” event in 2011 was the procession, blessing, and dancing of the the Aztec dancers at the San Francisco de Asis (St. Francis) Cathedral in Los Ranchos de Taos. I love the photos, however I do wish you could smell the cedar and feel the high energy and incredible rhythm of these dancers in perfect sync.
Tags: Fiestas, Taos, Taos Plaza
Danielle and Jon traveled from Dallas, TX to enjoy their destination wedding getaway in Taos. The weather was gorgeous and the New Mexico sky was blue. Cars honked as they drove by and store owners gave greetings of best wishes as we walked around the plaza taking photos and documenting this special day.
Tags: elope, outdoor, summer, Taos Plaza, wedding
Christal and Joshua got married off of the Taos plaza at Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish. Christal’s favorite colors are watermelon and lime and these colors stand out brilliantly in the photographs. Christal and Josh have a darling little boy who was the ring bearer and responded well when he was given gum or candy. *smile* This was the kind of wedding that makes me love being a photographer. These guys had a beautiful ceremony, a fun reception with amazing guests, and were just awesome to be around. Their wedding photos reflect how in love Christal and Josh are.
Tags: Catholic, Our Lady of Guadalupe, pink and green, Sagebrush, Taos Plaza
Our Lady of Guadalupe is the cathedral right off of the plaza in Taos, NM. This church is special to the groom, Jose, because he and his father constructed all of the woodwork for the church, including the altar. Angelina and Jose had a huge wedding ceremony and reception as they were both born and raised in the area (Angelina from Questa, Jose from Taos). We had amazing light at the end of the night when we stepped outside to photograph some romantics at the Sagebrush Convention Center.
Tags: Catholic, Our Lady of Guadalupe, Sagebrush, summertime, Taos, Taos Plaza