This weekend is the 52 edition of Hey Harriett's Shadow Shot Sunday, marking it's first anniversary.
Normally I like to go on my photo trips alone but this time I'll make an exception. Come on along.
I head west, trying to out run the breaking dawn so I can get some sunrise shots at the lakes. (I guess this also counts for SSS with the sun reflecting off the review mirror.)It's a quarter before "too damn early" so Red Bull is a must.
The gear bag is packed....well not exactly "packed" but it is in the car!
The trusty GPS is ready just in case I decide to get "lost" on purpose.
And the weather? Crap. No sunrise this morning.
I don't really like shooting with overcast skies because all of the colors seem muted. I shot for about 45 minutes but didn't really get anything that wowed me. The best I got was the "if" shot from yesterday and this one, a submerged stump. I just liked how minimal it was.
So what about you....do you have any special tricks for shooting in overcast conditions? Do you even bother shooting when it's like that?