I didn’t sleep well last night thinking about all the things I need to do to have a successful shoot today in Maquoketa. If I were doing this on a regular basis it would be a walk in the park but every time I do a portrait shoot is almost like my first one. A re-learning experience.
I’m not complaining, just sharing those thoughts. 🙂
I had a lot of to-dos yesterday on my list and finally got them all done by mid-afternoon. I kept thinking the sun was going to come out and I would have a chance to shoot some landscapes but that didn’t happen. So around 3:00 p.m. I headed out to visit the 16th Street Basin and I was happy to see there were a lot of geese, ducks and one lone gull on the water.
I also ventured up to Mud Lake Park but didn’t find anything there to put a lens on.
So I’m getting things ready to head for Maquoketa this morning. It will take an hour or so to set up the lights, background, computer, and electrical cords. Then get the lights balanced and the camera color balanced. Hopefully after that I actually have people who want their picture taken show up. 🙂
Anyway check back tomorrow if you have time and I’ll have all the details. Good, bad, and the in between.
Thanks for stopping by the blog. Enjoy your day and be careful.