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Welcome to my Blog!

Hello, thank you for taking the time to visit my blog.  Feel free to send me an email or leave a comment. 

I have been practicing commercial photography in Denver since 1995.  Before moving to Colorado, I was working in the Detroit area.  Back in those days, the auto industry was doing pretty good and I got a lot of experience working for the big car studios but my wife and I wanted to try living out west.  We packed up our little cars and moved to the Denver area.  After living in a tent for a month, we found housing and our own niches in the photography world.  That seems like a long time ago, we now have two kids, a dog and a mortgage.

My passion in photography is creating images of people on location.  I love the fast paced challenge of going into different environments and making interesting portraits.  In contrast, I have also come love the slower pace of architectural photography.  There is a different set of challenges and it is more about planning and coming up with a clear strategy. 

Thanks again for visiting, come back often and hopefully I will be faithful to the true spirit of the blog and have interesting images and words to share.  Cheers, Paul Wedlake

Category Archives: The W series

W’s in motion

I shot this last series of W’s that will ultimately be used for my website in downtown Denver.  It’s funny, when I usually do a project like this, I get tons of comments like  “Y’all making a movie” or “I’m here for the photo shoot, do I get naked now or later?”  No one said […]

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The Return of Balloon Boy

I have been working with Matter Studios on a new logo and rebranding.  As part of that effort, I’m shooting a personal photo campaign with W’s cut out from different materials and shooting them on locations.  After seeing the W’s certain images pop into my head.  On this particular shoot, the W reminded me of […]

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