The Rochester weather took over this shoot and I just had to make due with what I had, and it turned out great.
This shoots started out in my mind as a shoot with clear or slightly cloudy skies, late evening into sunset, using strong warm sunset as different types of light sources. I had about five locations scouted out that would have been great for the shoot how I saw it out. The weather forecast for the shoot looked perfect a few days ahead of time.
Then Rochester weather decided to do what it does best and change whenever and however it wanted. On the day of the shoot the weather turned into cloudy, grey, foggy, rainy and wet. The location at Mendon Ponds in Pittsford, NY that usually full of tight trails, marshy grass flats, and some scattered hills overlooking the ponds was all giant puddles, mud, and fog. Regardless, we made due and came out with some good stuff. Here are some outtakes and the final images from the shoot!