Keeping Up With The Community | Episode 17 - Skalte Images

Her mentor once said, "When you photograph people in color, you photograph their clothes. When you photograph people in black and white, you photograph their soul."

Sue Kaltenbach is a local photographer who focuses on capturing more than what meets the eye. She captures the story behind the subject through her black and white fine art photography. The idea is to focus on the elemental, essential nature of a portrait. Less becomes more.

She specializes in relationship photos -- couples, families and kids, babies, etc., but her true passion is to photograph those who need special consideration when it comes to portrait photography, as well as people 50 and older, as they tend to have rich stories.

Sue and her husband will lovingly handprint your photos so that they can last multiple generations.

Photographing rich stories really lends itself to black and white because you don't want distractions, you want the elemental nature of that person, that story.

by Sue Kaltenbach Ryan of Skalte Images

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Sue Kaltenbach is a local photographer who focuses on capturing more than what meets the eye. She captures the story behind the subject through her black and white fine art photography. The idea is to focus on the elemental, essential nature of a portrait. Less becomes more.

She specializes in relationship photos -- couples, families and kids, babies, etc., but her true passion is to photograph those who need special consideration when it comes to portrait photography, as well as people 50 and older, as they tend to have rich stories. Her previous work in critical care led her to find that niche.

Sue said, "The people that I really, really like to work with are people at the ends of the bell curve. Most families are being served very well by photographers that rely on the beautiful light and mountains in Colorado. I tend to work with people who are 50 and older because they have a story to tell. I also like to work with relationships and families with special needs, because a lot of times, a family with special needs might not be able to easily get to a photographer or there may be the case where someone is afraid of flashing lights or has PTSD. But basically, it's all about relationships. Relationships between family members, relationships between a person and themselves."

Her message to the community:

"I encourage people to be your authentic self, live your truth, love all of your loves with all of your heart, and when you're ready to document those things, then call me. People deserve to have respect paid to them in the form of handprinted photography that will last multiple generations. "

Want to book a session? You can call Sue at (303) 838-7609 and she will talk to you about your story and how to bring that out.


Sue Kaltenbach Ryan, Photographer

https://skalteimages.com/
https://www.facebook.com/skalteimages
(303) 838-7609

Studio address:
30706 Bryant Drive, Suite 203 (back of building)
Evergreen

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