Cristophe Jacrot is a master of "bad weather" photography.
"In my opinion, there are two ways of capturing the world for a photographer; on the one hand grasping its horror, and on the other sublimating it. I have chosen the second. More specifically, I like the way rain, snow and “bad weather” awaken a feeling of romantic fiction within me, mainly in the big cities. (climatic excesses are another topic).
I see these elements as a fabulous ground for photography, an under-used visual universe with a strong evocative power, and with a richness of subtle lights. This universe escapes most of us, since we are too occupied getting undercover. Man becomes a ghostly silhouette wandering and obeying the hazards of rain or of snow, into the eternity of the climate ...
My approach is deliberately pictorial and emotional."
Here are some of his wonderful shots from Paris, Hong Kong, and Tokyo.
Salar de Uyuni is the world's largest salt flat located in Altiplano, Bolivia. In the rainy season it is covered with a large layer of salt and it turns into a huge mirror.
David Bellemère's photos use unconventional set ups and backgrounds to portray a woman's beauty. The first few photos appear to use a slight reflection mixed with the women as a focus to create some interesting photos. The rest make use of unconventional locales to create interestingness.