Last Saturday, I took pictures for Silver Creek High School students (class of 2012). I took pictures for more people than I ever had in my life. My biggest obstacle wasn’t how many people there were though. Although that was sorta a challenge; my biggest challenge was that there were two groups/ two different places = Limited to time. Unfortunately nothing really went according to plan, so what I learned was to save one shoot for the whole day instead of scheduling two shoots in one day. Also another thing is, “to be prepared for the unexpected”. During one of the shoots after, I set up my strobe lights, the location changed; meaning I had to set up the lights again at another location close by, but like I said, I was limited to time. As you can see in the pictures, there are shadows, so Cross Lighting did not work for the shoot as well as I thought for the specific location due to one of my lights dieing, but what can you do at that point? I just worked with what I had and after I edited the pictures to an extent where I thought it was a pretty good picture. As for the photography aspect of shoot, I gave the pictures more clarity and darkened the colors.