Usually mid morning on a Sunday its what fits best in our agenda.
We have the Ram, mid morning Sunday does not fit in the agenda, we have other priorities.
By the time we get around to the photo shoot, its early Sunday evening which is a good time of day to take photos, except its increasingly cloudy, and and it looks as if its going to rain.
Our standard photo shoot procedure is to hand wash the vehicle (when the weather permits). Agreed there is still a "zen thing" when you hand wash a vehicle, and you notice all sorts of interesting details. Yes...there is a lot of sheet metal on a Ram, the windshield and roof are high.
This Ram has plastic wheel covers that replicate an alloy wheel, not a bad thing if a wheel gets scraped replace the cover, from the other perspective its "imitation" alloys.
We get ambitious and decide to do a photo shoot under light rain just to see the outcome. Why in the rain, just for the fun of it, to see the outcome.
At our photo shoot location, the rain is subdued, the natural light is not ideal, but lets try this. We are so focused on taking photos, then we notice that the pavement on the other side is dry. "Why is the pavement dry? Simple the tree is immense." Lets go under the tree too.
Its raining, now under the tree, you could call it call it a huge truck umbrella. This photo session is turning into fun, and interesting.
Different light conditions, and the auto focus on the Samsung camera is getting an extensive work out.
Lets give the technology a work out, and have a better understanding of how it all integrates together to take a photo.
Yes...there are horses in the pasture.
What initially started out as an almost "scrubbed" photo shoot. Morphed into a fun experience, under the rain, under a tree, and at our favorite horse farm.