It was one of those weird weather days. Extremely cold (for California standards, mind you, about 40 degrees.) Clouds rolling in and out. Rain showers off and on. Several calls back and forth with client-will the weather hold? Should we cancel?
Come on down and let’s try.
Just when we are about to start the session, big, dark gloomy clouds settle and it starts raining. Hard. Oh no! Looks like we have to reschedule. Dang! Dang! Dang! I hate rescheduling. Just jump in my car, I tell them, I want to show you the different locations, for next time. OK. So we pile into my car and drive to the first place I have in mind-low and behold, it stops raining. Next the clouds slowly roll away. I think we can make this work.
Does this look like it was raining 20 minutes prior?
Cameron can be a little shy and quiet, his mom warned me, but I didn’t notice that. He seemed perfectly at ease-especially when his mom started making funny animal noises to make him laugh.
Cameron’s sport is volleyball-he plays on his school’s varsity team and a club team-so naturally he wanted to take a few shots with one. Honestly, this guy is a volleyball stud.