Beautiful, Blissful, Natural Light

For those of you who live in this ever-changing weather crazed midwest America...you can sympathize with beautiful skies one day and horizontal rain the next...

The storms were brewin' last night...

I take that back...they were in full force...

Rain saturated our yard and the sun went into hiding...

So, you might wonder...why in the world would a photographer choose THIS day, of all days, to take pictures?

It might be the challenge of trying to find the natural light indoors when light is scarce...
It could be the calmness after the storm that is inspiring and enchanting...

Or it could just be both...

My youngest opted for a bright red sweater dress on this damp, over-chilled day...and I couldn't help but want to capture a bit of her personality.

As a lover of natural light, I knew it would be difficult to work around shadows and graininess that comes with a heightened ISO (come to the workshop to find out more about ISO:) but, I knew that today was a day that I didn't want to miss...

she had chosen her outfit...she had been asking questions about the puddles and rain outside all morning...

so, we took our place in the music room, where the most light tends to be let in and I was able to snap a few images that I know that I'll keep in my heart forever...




And even though I had a higher ISO, the graininess didn't bother me much...but if it did...I can always change the pics to black and white to give it a more dramatic flair!

Stop over at the facebook page to see some more "fun" things I did with these pictures...

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