Yesterday was a total **** show. It was Remembrance Day here and my husband is in the Canadian Forces so it's always kind of a big deal. However, I had a photoshoot booked. He promised that he would make the time in the day to watch the kids so I could go. Well he forgot. Last minute I had to chuck my little guy in the car and tear off to my shoot. I was right on time but man was I stressed. I jumped out of the car and right into shooting. For some reason my settings seemed off but the images coming off the back of my camera seemed ok so instead of taking a breath and stopping to see what the issue might be I kept making adjustments as I powered through. As I was packing up my gear I caught a glimpse of something I hadn't before and I almost threw up all over myself. I had made the most rookie of mistakes.....a mistake that in my last 15 years shooting I had never done....ever. I shot the entire family shoot at 3200 freaking ISO. 3200. ISO. I've never felt like such a giant newb. It was a very humbling experience actually. I was able to salvage for the most part....but it's the first time I've ever crossed my fingers and hoped they don't want an enlargement. Poop.