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What Will Next Year Look Like for Seniors?

COVID senior year

COVID Senior Year As we head into the second half of the summer, it’s understandable that students may be wondering what the new school year will look like. There have been plenty of theories floating around, and what the schools decide on will likely morph and evolve with the coronavirus situation. If you’re coming up on your senior year and wondering what to expect, here... Read More

Connecting with Friends While Staying Safe

Connect in COVID

While we are open for things like senior pictures, we know that Coronavirus has changed the way we all operate. Whether that is temporary or some of these changes follow us for a long time to come, we’re all getting used to connecting with others in ways we might not have expected. While it’s absolutely a bummer not to be able to meet up with... Read More

Graduation Quarantine Ideas

quarantine graduation ideas

Well, this is not exactly what we planned. That is the understatement of the decade, especially if you are a graduating senior in 2020. We are right there with you. Many of you had senior pictures with us last spring, summer, and fall. At that time, you were all looking forward to the final year of high school. And it started out fine. The fall... Read More

Get Your Chick Flick on With Hallmark Movies

why we love hallmark movies

Valentine’s Day may have come and gone, but honestly, when is it not a good time for chick flicks, popcorn, and hot chocolate with your friends? While the Hallmark channel is often relegated to the status of Christmas Movie experts only, we beg to differ. The Hallmark channel is great for Valentine’s movies and heartfelt, sappy-gooey goodness all year round – trust us…after all we... Read More

Resolutions for a Happier Outlook in 2020

Whether you were fully ready to leave the dumpster fire that was 2019 in the past or you’re just looking for a refresher on what was a pretty awesome year for you, 2020 just started and that makes it the perfect time to create and implement resolutions. If you’re not entirely sure what you want 2020 to look like, here are some suggestions to create... Read More

Tried and True Thanksgiving Traditions

thanksgiving traditions

Thanksgiving’s next week and as we’re putting the final touches on our own family plans, we’ve been thinking a lot about traditions. We love that holidays look so different from household to household, but that some traditions manage to find their way into the cultural fabric of how a holiday is celebrated. So today, as we’re prepping our Thankful For lists and finalizing the menus... Read More

Why We Love Family Photo Sessions

family session

We offer a wide variety of photo services here at Monty Nuss, and we love each of them for different reasons. But there has always been something special about our family photography sessions that leaves us with a smile on our faces all day long. Family photos are their own kind of magic, and when we tried to distill that down into something simple, this... Read More

Making the Most of Fall Photos

fall family photos

Everybody loves fall, and fall in Colorado is something extra special, but when you think about your fall photos, whether it’s a family session, a portrait session, or something else, there are a number of things to consider. Here are our tips on making the most of your fall family photography session. Timing We talked about this last month, but it still stands. Everyone loves... Read More

Catching Fall Colors In Your Family Photos

fall family photos

School just started and the temperatures are still Dog Days of Summer hot, but we all know how quickly that can change in Colorado. And when it changes, families start scrambling for fall family photos with the stunning Colorado colors. We get it, the colors are gorgeous and so worth capturing. But managing to get a session in at the peak of the colors does... Read More

Make Those Summer Memories Last

lasting summer memories

Lasting Summer Memories The summer of senior year is an exciting and emotional time for many high schoolers. It’s the end of an era, in one way, and the beginning of a new chapter you’ve been eagerly awaiting in other ways. But even if you’re more than ready to charge forward into your post-high school life with confidence and a plan, there are still some... Read More