I came up with this crazy idea on a spur of a moment. I'm always thinking about weird things, things that don't belong, and this summer in winter wasn't any different. I just needed someone to do it with. It's not an easy task, to be dressed in summer clothes when it's -5C outside, but I managed to find a willing soul. I picked up Jenn at around 7am and we headed out to Elk Island National park.
The sun has just risen, and the morning fog left beautiful frost on the tree branches. I was hoping for a little more snow, but the weather a week before was quite warm, and a lot of the snow had melted away. Still because of the morning fog, frost, and pale blue skies, it gave an illusion that it was really cold.
Jenn was a trooper. Heels, and a summer dress when it was -5C outside. Amazing. I had a couple of blankets with me so she could warm up a little between takes. I'm not that evil.... :)
During the shoot, I've done something I've never done before. I switched my camera from my usual Av mode to complete manual (btw. this is all because of Christa Meola, and me peeking at the settings on her camera when I met up with her in California!). I was taken aback with the results. I was always afraid of the manual mode. Sure I set the camera on manual when using strobes, but never like this.
There will be more from this shoot with Jenn.... so stay tuned.