How to manage photo shoots if the weather is not what you expected

Happy Sunday, guys! I hope you all had a wonderful weekend. Last night, it was raining and I slept pretty bad. I hope I will get better rest tonight. Anyway, one of my blogger friends asked me how to manage photo shoots if the weather is not what you expected. I decided to give a few tips in case you have the same problem. Since we moved to California, I haven't had any real challenges, even when it rained. I understand that it can be hard to manage a photoshoot, especially if you have a photographer who is not your husband/ boyfriend or one of your family members. Of course, many photographers don't want to get their "baby camera" to get wet. Here is a tip for how to avoid it!
First, if it happens to rain, think about adapting to a new location! Examples can be parking garages with deck, a botanical garden, indoors at your house (if you have a nice lighting or pretty furniture, why not?!), museum (make sure that you are aloud to take pics inside), or some other lovely public building. Second, packing is critical. A photographer and a model can rethink any concept to create beautiful rain pictures. Just take an umbrella, find a spot where the photographer stays under the protection of ceiling, and you (the blogger, model) strut under rain. Third, after the rain is a perfect time to go to a coffee shop and get your favorite brew or hot chocolate, which you can then turn into shooting area. I hope all of these tips can help for the next inclement weather photo shoot. Stay positive and adapt - I promise you can overcome any challenge! I wear a denim dress from Style Moi along with silk scarf from VèVèlle and Alysia boots.
I wear:
Dress | Style Moi  Scarf |VèVèlle Booties | Alysia