The Gorgeous Harley
Where do I even begin with Har and her momma Stacy. I have know these ladies for some time now, way back to the zumba days. Say what, yeah, we all used to Zumba together..Weekly
Harley has grown into such a beautiful, talented wonderful young lady..sniff...snifff..It is cliche I know, but man do they grow up fast..It is truly hard to believe. #IAmOld
We had a lot of fun during Harley's senior session. It wasn't without hiccups though. When we arrived at the gym to shoot some of her senior banner photos there was no way to turn on the lights...HA! We made it work and moved forward to shooting outside on the softball fields, where we, FORGOT SOFTBALLS. I mean, I am a coach and I didn't have one stinking softball in my truck LOL. Thankfully Stacy lives close. It was a beautifully overcast day, god's wonderful sofbox given to us, a gem for photographers, but it did threaten rain.
Ok it did rain! What was supposed to be about a 2 hours session, kinda turned into 4 and we lost light fast. Stacy had everything mapped out for us, for which I was very thankful. We went to 902315 locations, JUST KIDDING, but we did hit up about 12 or so, awesome spots that Stacy had scoped out a few days before. It did not pour on us thankfully, but there were times I was using my reflector on my head as a rain barrier while we kept shooting. Naturally this made for very flat lighting and a darker than normal sunset, but we were able to recover some of that in post.
We got through the bugs and crickets on the ground, ( do I have to sit in that...Yes, yes you do) rain showers, weird honking trucks, No balls, places I didn't think my truck would fit ( but Stacy's car would) and parted ways just after dark. We were all a sweaty mess, it was so very humid, by the time we were done, but I was so thankful to get this session in, with the impending weather and grateful for Stacy being ultra prepared.
Here are some of my fav's from the session. Really I could share all 60, but I won't...I promise...But here are MANY :) #PantherPride
Author: Kimberly Hannah
Farm Truck Photography