On a cold November morning in Rexburg Idaho Jenn and I went out for a shoot early in the morning. Our plans were to work with the sunrise and experiment with a new lens I had bought the day before but we were surprised to wake up and find a thick fog covering the valley. We couldn’t see more than 200 ft in front of us, and the sun was a distant orb glowing dimly in the sky yet it provided wonderful natural lighting.
The shoot was an awesome experience with the fog providing a natural diffuser to the harshness of the sunlight and the brisk morning speeding us on our way. The temperature stayed at a consistent 15 degrees through our shoot and Jenn frequently had to cover her face with her hands and coat to keep warm. I quickly discovered how valuable a pair of warm gloves would have been for the shoot when my trigger finger became stiff and numb from exposure to the cold. It made every opportunity to hop in the car and find a new location to shoot wonderful. Despite the cold and interesting weather the shoot was awesome, and Jenn was wonderful to work with. See for yourself just a small sample of the shoot.