They're fantastic. They did my wedding photos. Glad the inlaws paid for it,
though... not exactly cheap. :)
I guess I am a late bloomer in several ways. I went back to school after my
children were raised. When I finally finished, ten years later, I went to have
a portrait at one of Busath's studios in Provo. My children loved
it. I went again last year and agree that the Busath style captures at just the
right angle to compliment the subject.I first went there when I saw
some photos done by Busath of an extended family member. I was very impressed at
how beautiful they looked and with that special lighting style!! He literally
erased the lines and years for me too!Those portraits are a treasure
now especially after that loved one has passed on. It is as if they are still
smiling at you from his "photographic eye" in capturing that moment in
time, forever. Great work, and talented "artiste!"
Besides being a legendary photographer, Don is a top of the list "Nice
Guy". I've been a competitor and an admirer of his work for almost 35
years. Don is always gracious and kind whenever you are around him.
Thanks for this great article on a master photographer. Being a photographer
myself for over 40 years, I have always enjoyed the images produced by Don
Busath. I view him in the list of iconic photographers that have recorded the
images of Utah since the pioneers first arrived, including; C.R. Savage, George
Edward Anderson, George Beard, The Shipler Family, Hal Rumel, Elfie Huntington
and Joseph Daniel Bagley stand out in the history of Utah photographers. Enjoy
shooting in your retirement years and thanks for recording our history for so
Busath is a master photographer. Nice feature.
My grandparents knew the Busaths in California while the Busaths were serving a
mission there and were later in the Busaths ward in Salt Lake City.
Count our family among very contented Busath loyalists
You took my bridal pictures nearly 40 years ago. I am a Busath Girl!! Thanks
for capturing that beautiful moment in my life!