It occurred to me recently that I didn't really know how to take pictures
(or good pictures anyway)
in the rain.
I'd find myself waiting (much like Julia is in this picture) for the rain to pass
and for the sun to shine and give me some pretty light.
|the before shot|
Not a problem right?
Just wait for the sun... I mean the song says that it will come out tomorrow.
And if you don't believe the song,
there's always the whole Noah's ark/ rainbow promise thing that we can cling to.
|before a crop and contrast fix|
But... here's the problem...
(or at least, my problem)
You see... I'm moving back to the Seattle area soon
and everyone knows that Seattle tends to be a tad rainy,
(just a little bit)
mostly in the winter,
or pretty much any month other than July or August.
|before crop and contrast fix|
So I'm practicing my rainy day photography skills whenever I get a chance.
And figuring out how to do some post-processing to give them that extra boost
without taking away from the rainy day feel.
So while she's singing and dancing, I'll keep busy shooting in the rain.