1 hour on dirt roads, 1 hour hike down into a "steep" rocky canyon at 8 in the morning. It was cold down in this little pocket near the water fall. The mist and breeze created by the waterfall were making Anna nice and cold.
I of course was toasty warm :).
So Anna was a major trooper all way in...no hesitation all the way down on the hike.....then I asked her "so do you think you want to get in the water" ....she gave me that "____ (insert expletive of your choice) no" look....and said sure why not.
Of course I messed up the in the water shots and since we had hiked all the way in there and I never accept anything less that what I know the shot can give I asked her "so do you want to get back in the water"?
I have to give Anna credit...she went right back in and I got it right the second time. "Thanks Anna!!!"
Shot with the 14-24 2.8 and the 24-70 2.8 lens. This was my first shoot with the 14-24.....love it. It is SO wide on full frame. I had it on the D3 and the 24-70 on the D700.
I hauled two sb800 speedlights down there with me and was so glad I did. I set one up on either side of the water and pointed them back at the water fall. Without them the back of that pack was very dark and the shoot would have not come out nearly so well.
This is the third time I have shot Anna and she is a lot of fun, we had a great morning.
Hope you like the pics, her gallery is here: