It rained at Mas Camp.
I've talked about this place several times before but It may be shutting its doors soon and there were so many spots I wanted to shoot in that I never got a chance too.
I was fortunate enough to have a model who would come with me and it had been so hot and sunny for so many days that I thought it would be a perfect opportunity to create a new set for the portal.
I wanted to do the shoot in the kitchen of this joint. The windows had been painted blue and when the sun hit them it creates a very artsy, very dramatic feel on the images. But you need a lot of sun for a good shot.
And it rained. The day we could do it (not the days before and the days after) it rained. And when it wasn't raining, it was cloudy and overcast. So we made the best of it. We got a some of images I wanted but not enough for a full set and I've posted a couple here. And the sun came out long enough when we were shooting outside so that we were able to create enough images for a set, more on those later.
But do you get the feel we were going for when we started this shoot? I really like we got. Sometimes folks compliment my work; but I am always reminded that a good capture ALWAYS requires the hand of God.