We know your type. You cringe at matching clothes. Bargain finds from flea markets that no one else owns instantly puts a smile on your face. Weekends are a time for exploration and innovation. You were always the kid in school whose hand shot in the air to relay a profound thought but then received strange looks from classmates who didn’t understand. You ooze distinction, but balk at overused terms like “unique” and “one of a kind.” The words traditional and bland are synonymous in your dictionary.
Now you approach a new chapter in your life: marriage. Leafing through Denver’s list of wedding photographers has resulted in little beyond cookie cutter brides posing in the same boring ways over and over. These so-called “artsy” photographers don’t live up to the hype. You are looking for something more, something special. You want someone capable of truly capturing the essence of who you and your future spouse are, someone to seize this magnificent opportunity and delivery stunning and enduring imagery.
For truly timeless wedding photography that breaks the mold of tradition, Selah Photography can fulfill your every need. Top rated on Denver’s A-list, Selah is a non-traditional wedding photographer capable of capturing casual pictures or formal pictures that truly represent the personalities of the couple. As a Denver wedding photojournalist, this artistic photography tells your story, filled with depth and emotion that convey the joy and sentiment of your big day. Flexible and personalized photographers in Denver, CO can be difficult to come by, but Selah will work with you to ensure the final prints are exactly what you imagined.
Selah is also capable of turning your beautiful wedding imagery into prints, photo albums, and other creative memorabilia, ideal for display on a coffee table or along an open wall as a focal point in your home.
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SELAH (say - la) a Hebrew word found in the Bible meaning to pause, listen and take things in. It's purpose is similar to that of Amen in (Hebrew: "so be it") in that it stresses the truth and importance of the preceding passage. Alternatively, Selah may mean "forever," as it does in some places in the liturgy.