When you think of good photography weather, you probably picture a bright sun beaming down from a clear blue sky. That’s a beautiful sight indeed, but you might be surprised to hear that a lot of photographers actually root for a lousy day.
If you’ve ever been to South Florida you know that the heat can be oppressive. This is doubly true during the Summer, triply true if you have a baby with you, and quadruply true if you plan on taking photos and don’t want a sweaty face to ruin your makeup.
I was tired from working. Dannie was tired from working. Lisa was sleeping in the backseat. We’d spent the entire previous day doing photo shoots.
Lisa had just started sitting up on her own when she stayed in her first hotel. The way we saw it as first time parents staying in a hotel with their baby, we had two big challenges taking her on the road with us (having somehow decided that driving 5 hours with a baby wasn’t a challenge…
We’re always on the lookout for great photo shoot locations, and we wanted to share a tip with our fellow travel enthusiasts.