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Here are some images from my bridal show this weekend at The Cheyenne Mountain Resort!  It was great to meet all the brides-to-be and talk with them about their planning.  I also met several other wonderful vendors.  I’ll be posting a list of them on my website soon!


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I feel so lucky to have shared in some very special people’s very special days. I know that for many of my brides and grooms, their photographs were the most important investment they made in their day. For that reason, I feel honored that they picked me. In fact, I’m so grateful that I would like to give back.

I’ll be giving one special couple the following:
-6 Hours of Wedding-day photography for any wedding in 2010 between July and December within 30 minutes of Colorado Springs, CO (Other locations are subject to travel fee)
-Engagement portrait session at a location of your choice (up to 1 hour)
-Digital Editing to all photographs
-Online, password protected viewing to share with friends and family

Also, everyone wins, because each couple who enters will receive a free engagement session with package purchase!

So, how do I enter, already you say? I’m glad you asked! Just send me some information to amanda@lamb-photo.com. Include info about yourself or the couple you’d like to nominate. Don’t forget to include the following:
-Your complete contact information
-Details about your wedding plans
-Your story as a couple
-Why you (or your nominees) are the most deserving couple!

Be creative, and be sure I receive your submission no later than April 1st, 2010!

Winners will be notified no later than April 15th, 2010.

There is no catch, no strings attached, and no obligation to purchase anything.  Just a chance for me to give a deserving couple the gift of photography!

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…When Reagan became a toddler!
I feel like I blinked.
And no, for the record, I still don’t regret being excited for her to learn to walk. She has so much fun! And I enjoy chasing her!

I got some new photo equipment–I don’t know how I ever lived without it–and I took some of my favorite pictures of Reagan this afternoon as a trial run.

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