Literally minutes after we started shooting in that beautiful, sunny, fall light; the clouds rolled in and brought some of the most intense wind and darkness, and fast. Rather than retreat to the cars, we decided to risk it and roll with what we were handed. What ensued was some absolutely perfect dramatic light (with no rain!) followed by a beautiful, perfect sunset hitting the lake. I'd call it a win all around. Not to mention, I'd kill for any of that warmth right about now. Meet Mallory, she's going to do some great things in this life.
The other morning I set out to the city of Detroit to join Sarah and her Mom for a senior session/tour around the city. Seriously guys, this family is one of the best there is, and I've been privileged with taking photos of all three daughters at some point in time, which is just about the best thing I could be honored with. Sarah freaking rocked this shoot, am I right? Heck, she didn't even bat an eye at the ridiculous locations I dragged her into. Enjoy just some of the awesome frames we made that day, and be on the lookout for part 2 in the coming weeks as I head to Kentucky to join her at the Lexington Horse Park. That's what I call a rad senior session.