This time of year I find myself missing the warmth of summer, and dreaming of those days when I was meeting clients at 7pm to start their sessions instead of 3pm. Winter is honestly one of my favorite seasons, but it can be a challenging time to run a photography business. This time of year in Sacramento is often cold and dreary, without the added bonus of snow. Although it's not a long trek to find snow (about 2 hours), it's often more than my clients want to drive when they're accustomed to meeting me in a more central location.
Thinking of the summertime heat and the longer days, the theme for this week was actually perfect. My session last weekend was held on a stormy day. The morning was clear, but as it got closer to the time of our session, the clouds quickly started to roll in, and I worried we may have missed our opportunity. The rain held off until the end of the session, though, and I spent the time trying to cling to the last warm tones of autumn. My little shiba inu model was the perfect complement with his sesame coat.
Also - how stinking cute is his matching fox collar?
Follow the rest of the Project 52 group blog circle for more "warm" photographs this week. Next up is Tracy Allard of Penny Whistle Photography, fetching portraits in Coppell and surrounding communities in the Dallas - Fort Worth metroplex. Keep following the links at the end of each blog post until you make it back here to see all of this week's photos!