After finishing our “normal” outdoor and studio sessions, Emily asked if we could get together for a few photos when winter set in. Being inexperienced with taking outdoor portraits in cold weather I said, “Sure.”
And it theory it was a good idea. In practice, I found that I got only a few photos before the cold January day turned her face from rosy red to red. So much for winter portraits on a cold day. But even in bad conditions, it’s hard to take a bad picture of a good subject like Emily.
(Incidentally, my weather source tells me that it averaged 4 degrees celsius and reached a high of 10 degrees. That’s cold!)
Canon 5DI 1/200s f/3.2 ISO100 100mm