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About Lola Elise

Lola Elise MansurovI am Lola Elise and I am a fine art wedding photographer based out of Denver, Colorado. Chances are, if you are checking my “About Me” page, you are curious about a person behind this name and probably considering if we “click” together.

Let me give you a crash introduction about myself. I speak multiple languages and some of my jokes might get lost in translation. Sometimes what I say in all seriousness comes out as a joke and makes those around me laugh.

I am lucky to be a wife of an amazing husband and a mother to two precious little boys and one special baby girl. Everything in my world revolves around them and I wouldn’t have it any other way. Deep inside I am a little kid myself. It becomes more apparent while I am around my children.

While I try to teach my children to be responsible and smart, I often feel like I need to grow another brain when talking to my husband. Aside from being super smart, my husband is my biggest supporter. He is my confidant and a second photographer of Lola Elise.

My mother was a journalist and I followed her footsteps into the craft. With my mother as my role model and with my passion for photojournalism, I felt it was time for me to put my heart where it truly belongs. Since then I chose photography as my way of expressing my inner self and connecting with people around me. Life consists of special and dear moments… Moments which craft your destiny, moments which constitute a fine art and need to be remembered. So I photograph – for you.

Well, I think I typed up quite a deal of information about myself and what I do. Now I invite you to tell me more about YOU. I already know you are a very unique person with a great taste! So, I invite you to take the dialogue even further and discuss your plans together with me. What is your story?

For more information regarding Lola Elise photography services, please use the “Contact” form on the top of the page or email me directly at: info@lola-elise.com

Photographing weddings in Denver, Boulder, Vail, Aspen, Breckenridge area, all of Colorado and World Wide.

 

September 7, 2011 - 4:51 am

Juste Moi - In celebration of the release of your brand new blog, Lola Elise, I must mention that it takes special dedication and perseverance to get through such a long way of becoming good photographer. I am extremely proud of your achievements. Your success is an example for all amateur photographers around the globe. I also admit that majority of credits should be given to your spouse who played and is still playing an enormous role in shaping you as a professional.

As one of many those who know you personally, I definetely suggest your services to my entourage. As a young professional looking for greater challenges, you performance is outstanding, your personality is lovely.

May your future efforts be equally successful and rewarding.
Bravo pour ta réussite! Mes félicitations les plus sincères!

-Moi.

January 4, 2012 - 11:40 am

Sayed Mohamed - I’m a big fan of Nasim Mansurov and watching his website regulary. His reviews, lessons everything are simply amazing and really worthfull to me as well as all newbies. Ok about me, I’m an Indian (do u know bout India?), a newcomer in fotografy. I’ve Nikon D5100 with it’s kit lens, Nikkor 40mm f/2.8g micro, Sigma 17-70 f/2.8-4, Hoya polarizer and U/V filters and Nissin Di622 mark II flash. Mansurov and U really helped me lot as I’m being completely self-taught in this field. I’d posted two or more comments in the Nasim’s forum “50mm or 35mm which is better”. He didn’t replied yet as I think he has no time to reply all comments or mine is a childish one. Anyway, I’m very happy to see you both and my hearty thanks to you for initiating and boosting my taste in fotografy.

Allah may bless you..

Sayed

January 29, 2012 - 7:51 pm

Tomas Haran - Hi Lola.
I am just amazed by your work. I was curious though.
What is you favorite go to lens? If you had to chose one lens for an event or just walking around town, what would it be?
It looks like you post pretty frequently so I’ll make sure to come back and see more of your work.

Thanks,

Tom