Yes, we went outside and braved the rain ... for just few minutes.
And captured some great photographs of the architecture and of the rain frozen in time.
I'm not sure what everyone was shooting here, but I couldn't resist taking this shot.
Cynthia Flores was such a beautiful model and this photo is so fabulous with all the brick, I had fun playing with it and applying different presets.
And back inside we were down on our belly's shooting up, at the ceiling, down at our shoes and at strange and fun angles of each other.
Here's Christine Schulz checking out a capture or two.
We talked about different types of lenses ... the wide angle lens is great for capturing almost everyone sitting at these tables.
And my Lensbaby, sweet 35, tilt shift lens is fun to play with and gives some pretty cool effects.
And here's a photo using my favorite lens to date ... 50mm f/1.2 ... it really doesn't get much better than this! Well, that is until I get my hands on that 85mm lens that I have been eyeing for a while now!
And what a great way to end the day ... Dinner at Memphis!
Thank you Janet Higley, Deborah Ambrosino, Jenelle Van de Mortel, Amber Anderson, Kerri Bradford, Cindy Lantier, Nancy Peevey, Cynthia Flores, Christine Schulz, and last but by no means least ... Rita Reade!