As photographers we often have to manipulate the environment to get the perfect shot. It may mean moving the light or angling the subject so that they look the best in the photograph. But sometimes it means we have to bend or contort to get the camera to match the natural or available light. Other times it means we have to crawl up ledges and stand on snow covered edges to get the perfect angle and light, just as we did this past week when we went to Grand Ledge to photograph rocky ledges for our "Frozen Fashion" shoot.
Not only did we have to crawl up and over steep ledges but it was also about 20 degrees outside. But in the pursuit of the perfect shot what photographer worth their salt wouldn't take the same steps to get their photograph.
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