bad weather turned perfect

Rain on the wedding day, snowy engagement session, there’s still romance to be captured. When the weather doesn’t cooperate, don’t cancel! Some cultures believe snow or rain on a wedding day brings good luck, representing cleansing and unity. After all, why worry about something you can’t control?… among my essential tips for a perfect engagement session. I posted a few wedding and engagement images shot in less-than-ideal-conditions turned perfect. These awesome clients embraced the inclement weather, stirred up the excitement, were open an array of creative and photojournalistic opportunities. Snow, wind, rain, cold, just bring it!wpid-bad_weather_wedding_engagement_photos_01-2011-02-5-14-12.jpgwpid-bad_weather_wedding_engagement_photos_02-2011-02-5-14-12.jpgwpid-bad_weather_wedding_engagement_photos_03-2011-02-5-14-12.jpgwpid-bad_weather_wedding_engagement_photos_04-2011-02-5-14-12.jpgwpid-bad_weather_wedding_engagement_photos_05-2011-02-5-14-12.jpgwpid-bad_weather_wedding_engagement_photos_06-2011-02-5-14-12.jpgwpid-bad_weather_wedding_engagement_photos_07-2011-02-5-14-12.jpgwpid-bad_weather_wedding_engagement_photos_08-2011-02-5-14-12.jpgwpid-bad_weather_wedding_engagement_photos_09-2011-02-5-14-12.jpgwpid-bad_weather_wedding_engagement_photos_10-2011-02-5-14-12.jpg And let’s not forget heat either… 113 degrees F to be exact:wpid-priscila_assad_wedding_ashley_manor_06-2011-02-5-14-12.jpg

7 Responses to “bad weather turned perfect”

  1. Scott Stebner — February 5, 2011 @ 7:14 pm (#)

    RJ, in front of all other photographers, it’s you I know can get the shot no matter the weather or the lighting. Love your creativity and technical talent mixed with a “go with the flow” attitude. Summing it up, rain, night, snow, or light, you rock.

  2. Cameron — February 6, 2011 @ 3:17 pm (#)

    Nice job, RJ!

  3. Sean Kern — February 16, 2011 @ 6:57 pm (#)

    Nice to see that pic of us. What a great engagement shoot we had!

  4. Paul Edward — January 14, 2012 @ 12:16 am (#)

    Great stuff, RJ. Wide range of conditions handled masterfully.

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