Photographing another photographer is nerve wrecking enough,
but add in relentless heavy rainfall and possibility for flash floods, and you've got potential for a stressful situation.
Thankfully, they're probably the easiest because fellow photographers they know how to let go and let the real moments happen. As Amanda was heading into meet her makeup artist she slipped, because of the torrential rain, and skinned out her entire elbow. The bandage was nearly 4 inches long, and bright white
I arrived to the house, as the steamer flooded the floors and the girls were trying to rescue their wet feet with a hairdryer. We danced around the living room, jumped on the couch and then ran between raindrops into the greenhouses at Rise and Shine Nursery to get some kind of nature included. Although the sky was heavy still with the rain, I noticed a potential break on the weather radar, just West of the city. We loaded the car back up and headed West to be greeted with the sun splitting the rocks.
The best shoots, are the ones that have it's perfect plans royally shagged and you just roll with what the world throws at you.