oh the rain...

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  1. afoto

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    how do most of you deal with portrait sessions when it turns out to be raining?
    living in vancouver i've decided to embrace it, i actually find that once a client accepts its going to be rainy, they really just let go and have fun!
    which as we all know is a lot better then stiff, nervous clients.
    c&c welcome.

    $danielle03.jpg


     
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    your title reminded me of the saying " The rain in Spain falls mainly on the plain"..lol... but i like the photo i like the movement in the hair and that you can see the raindrops.
     
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    To be honest, I like it. I could mention how the eye is a little obscured by the hair, but I actually like the movement feeling.
     
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    I like it. She looks like she is having fun.
     
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    I have to deal with the rain often here in Portland so I feel your pain :) I will always try to incorporate dry shots for any shoot but the rain ones work as well.
     

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