Rain Inspired | Rainy Days and Working on Rain Inspired concept Photography

If you've never heard about Composite photography, don't worry. I've never either, that is not before my last year. As I grow with my photography there are two things that are intriguing me. Currently these two things are capturing images in the truest forms, with electricity lines, poles and all. Rather than looking for the perfect in all the imperfection, to capture the imperfection perfectly. Representing it in it's truest form to those who can only experience by watching the photos made because coming in person, getting there in person is quite possible. 

The other things that is currently intriguing me is the creating of images as in making them, making them from scratch. You know the kind that you won't find anywhere except in your hearts, in your dreams. The kinds you compose, put together, piece together. Enter my interest into Composite photography

Compositing is the combining of visual elements from separate sources into single images, often to create the illusion that all those elements are parts of the same scene. Live-action shooting for compositing is variously called “chroma key”, “blue screen”, “green screen” and other names. Today, most, though not all, compositing is achieved through digital image manipulation. Pre-digital compositing techniques, however, go back as far as the trick films of Georges Méliès in the late 19th century; and some are still in use.
— https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Compositing

Lately with the rain I have dreamed up a sort of Rainy Wonderland. Problem is that I cannot be both be behind the camera and in front. I don't make this a problem as I piece together what I see into a couple initial concept shots to get things started. 

I've been call this series:

Rainy Wanderland

In this wanderland...it's ok to go outside in the rain. Cuddling inside is a must and going about daily life in the rain is a thing. Life and work does not stop. There is hot soup for lunch and socks and boots are on your feet.