I love making photos right before sunset or right before sunrise. The light is warm and low. There are no harsh shadows. Its warmth softens everything it touches. So when musician Jackson Eli Grothe needed some new publicity shots, we set up an afternoon session. John Doty, my husband, helped me with reflectors to get some nice fill. In the photo above, the sun was minutes from setting and we were in the open, so we were able to capture the warm tones. In the photo below, the sun was actually behind Jackson, its rays cutting through a stand of trees, so our reflector caught some cooler tones. We love the results of both locations.