Lots of options in Denver from Lodo and Coors Field to Cheesman and Civic Center Park. You will find columns, alleys, different textures and amazing architecture. Denver photographs best on early Sunday mornings.
A very versatile location. Get a little bit of architecture and pair it with part of your session at one of the nearby parks to get some greenery as well. Old Town can easily be photographed in the morning or evening.
Very rustic. Barns, fields, stone walls, bridges and an old farmhouse awaits. Photographs great in the evening for a glowing sunset look.
A river, trees, open fields and the coolest bridge outside of Fort Collins. Another spot where evenings photograph amazing.
One of Greeley's best kept secrets. This park offers large mature trees and plenty of greenery. Pair it with downtown Greeley to give your session some variety.
An old farmhouse with a quaint porch, silo, trails and open spaces makes for a beautiful country look. This location near Parker photographs well in the morning.
The Oval gives beautiful mature trees, columns and older architecture. Pair this session with Horsetooth, Old Town or Butterfly woods for plenty of variety. Evening sessions work best at CSU.
Beautiful architecture and a walk around Varsity Pond gives you a great mix of nature and architecture. CU pairs well with Lost Gulch if you want some mountains too. Morning sessions make for the best light.
Large rocks over looking a lake with a mountain backdrop. What more could you want? Oh yeah, how about the open fields and nature trails across the street. Evening sessions are a must.
You're on top of the world just outside of Boulder and you don't have to hike 5 miles to get there. This location leaves unbelievable panoramic views. Get there early to beat the crowds.