Yesterday was one of those days where there had been rain overnight but the weather was clearing. That can make for some interesting skies. Courtney was running her bootcamp and asked me to come do a few photos so she had some pictures for her blog. I have done photos at bootcamp before but honestly it is not one of my favorite things to shoot. Usually the environment is pretty boring, busy, ugly or all of the above. The one place I do like to shoot is at the stadium. There was a lacrosse game going on yesterday so that was out. The parking lot it was. Essentially this meant that the images were not going to be about environment they had to be about something else. I opted for light and perspective. I find it difficult to shoot her classes because the lighting is almost always bad and she is the boss not me. If I direct people too much I get in the way of the class. I shot for about 40 minutes until the sun became just too much. I shot with two bare SB 910's in high speed sync. The subject and ambient lighting seemed to mix well with the hard lights from the unmodified speedlights. I put on a 70-200 but the photos were flat and uninteresting. I decided to go wide and put on a 10-24. You have to be really careful when photographing people with an Ultra Wide Angle lens as you can make them look like distorted cartoons, but sometimes the perspective adds a lot of interest to the photo. I only got a few shots that I liked but this was one of them.