A shot in the rain.

 

img_3606-1We just spent over eight hours shooting in the cold coastal winds, rain, and oceans of Oregon.  It was suppose to look AMAZING with the overcast but I turned out looking like this.

LOL, all jokes aside, I’m a bit nervous to see how my engagement photos will turn out.  It was really great exploring the bipolar weather terrains of the Pacific Northwest.  I really like how easy it is to photograph with the Oregon overcast.

I hope the funny spray tan experience and stencil brows were worth it!  Yes… about that.  I hate spraying chemicals onto my body but a friend of mine said it’s highly recommended because it makes you look healthier in photos…It was a horrible experience and it’s very likely I’ll never do it again.  I was zebra striped with mud looking marks for three days. So I’ll just pretend that I never did something like that.

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The stencil brows, however, turned out being a lifesaver.  For myself, personally, it’s really difficult to create even brows and relatively easy for me to do it on others.  I’m not sure why but I’ve always struggled to do it on myself.  I ordered ELF stencil brows, to use as my template, and then shaped it to my liking for my photo shoot.  My feet is a bit numb from the ice cold sand still but I loved exploring the coast of Oregon.

Also please be patient with the short blurbs.  I’m blogging in between sessions.  In the meantime, enjoy the photos 🙂

Monkeying around.

I can’t wait to share the sneak peek being sent to me tonight!!! Ahh! ❤

Love and light,

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