Isabel has many talents. She is an accomplished member of the Speech and Debate team and a graceful ballerina who dances for Ballet Wooster. We have a traditional senior session scheduled later this month, but she also wanted to pay tribute to the time she has spent in pointe shoes. I suggested downtown Wooster for a backdrop and so we scheduled a Sunday evening. Unfortunately, the forecast said there was a chance of rain when we were scheduled to meet up, so we decided last minute to move it up a bit to afternoon instead. It was supposed to be overcast, which is perfect for picture taking. But once she was ready and I got my camera out, the sun came out. Afternoon sun is great in most situations, but the camera doesn't love it at all. It is harsh, not to mention it makes people squint. So we had to be creative and look for any shady areas we could find. In the end, I'm glad the sun was out. I discovered several spots I have not used before, including a really cool, narrow alley space between two buildings. I'm pleased to say it all worked out. I got some absolutely gorgeous shots of Isabel. She is such a lovely girl and that loveliness radiated out to the camera lens with each click. I can't wait to see how her next session turns out! We are planning on a park setting and I'm sure she will be every bit as lovely among flowers and nature as she was among the historic buildings of our downtown area.