I knew when I photographed the 2016 Robinson High School Color Guard camp, there would be ample opportunities for shadow photos. Upon seeking cool shadows, however, I noticed every time participants were gathered together, their shadows ended up looking like blobs (obviously, not what I had in mind).
Before leaving the clinic, I decided to get a clean shadow photo, I needed to pull one person out and focus on her shadow alone. Mission accomplished. Pulling out the main subject - now there's a good practice when taking any type of portrait.
Check out some of the shadows pictured. Many don't even look like their subjects. It seems like there is always something new to see in the shadows.