a cold grey winter day in the northeast

Today was overcast and grey, typical for winter in the northeast, although yesterday when I was working inside the sun was out in all it's glory!  No matter, the images I had in my head were better viewed without the sun.  I brought my 35mm lens and shot at 1.6mm, a challenging focus point, but one that I knew would give me the depth of field I wanted.  Inspired by my current Define School class, Forward Momentum with Posy Quarterman, this was a practice shoot with my daughter using a lens I was ready to sell as I used it so rarely.  My go-to lens has always been my 85mm with the gorgeous bokeh, but I wanted to try something new and play out some ideas I've been thinking about.  Thanks Alex for being my favorite model! We had fun and I look forward to more shoots in the future using my now trusted 35mm lens.  All images edited in Lightroom using VSCO Film Kodak Portra 400 and Tri-X.