Tyler's Senior Portrait Session
"And now go, and make interesting mistakes, make amazing mistakes, make glorious and fantastic mistakes. Break rules. Leave the world more interesting for your being here." - NEIL GAIMAN
Tyler's Senior Portait Session was my third of the weekend and we weren't sure until the very last minute as to whether or not we were going to be able to do it because of the rain. But thankfully, the showers finally started to clear just in time for our session in downtown Franklin. This was just after my romantic rain session with Mikal & Shannon, so everything was still wet. But Tyler was a good sport about sitting on wet benches and steps for me.
The really cool thing about shooting on such a rainy, yucky day is that downtown Franklin had very few people in it. I typically only shoot there on Sundays, when a lot of the businesses are closed, but there is still usually a lot of people hanging out. That is one reason (besides dangerous traffic) that I don't recommend this location for young children. Sometimes it takes a bit of patience to wait for people to walk by before I can take a shot. But for this session, I was actually able to get a shot of Tyler by the Franklin Theater without very many people around, as well as a shot of him standing at the head of downtown with no cars coming down the street. So don't let anyone tell you that there aren't benefits to doing a photo shoot on a dreary, rainy day.
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