Sometimes I get to a location and my vision isn't quite matching what I’m getting straight out of the camera. At that point, I have to get creative. In the first photo, you'll see a couple sitting on the rim of the Grand Canyon. I lit them from camera left to make them pop from the dramatic sunset. (I should have taken a photo with no light - it was flat and my subjects were too dark) It's beautiful, but wasn't really what I wanted. I wanted the sun to peak out between the clouds and wash them in light. Hmmm... ok. So, I had my assistant hold my light over the rim and have it shine back at us creating the light spill I desired. Atter a few minor photoshop adjustments to hide the lightstick, I was really pleased with the final image. Being an on-location wedding photographer brings it's challenges, but nothing you can't solve. I love using light to create drama and sometimes by being my own personal sun 🌞Check out the @grandcanyonweddings page for more images from this wedding!