A few weeks ago, we planned a photo shoot down on Lake Washington and the forecast called for rain, but our client was hopeful that the showers would hold off. The morning of the shoot, there were some clouds around, but no rain, so it was a go for the outside shoot. It turned out great, we had plenty of sun and great weather, and our clients were happy with the experience and their photos.
When we plan an outside shoot, we usually incorporate contingency plans in case the weather doesn't cooperate. We can still shoot inside the studio or reschedule it for another day that that includes better weather.
The best time of day for shooting outside is early in the morning or later in the evening with an hour or two after sunrise or before sunset. We also use portable lighting to enhance and improve the scene of your choice. Sometimes, you may only have a certain time-frame to schedule in. We are flexible and will find a solution that is right for you. No matter what you're goals are for your photos, we can accommodate them. Whether it's outside, inside or even both during the same day, we have you covered.