Kicking it up a notch with Noah is what we did on his senior session! This was just a cool and fun afternoon on a number of levels. For starters it always helps when our senior is fun to be around and Noah is a neat guy – he was totally game for anything and his dad came along for the session which is relatively rare. It would be cool if more dads came on senior sessions with their sons because this day just felt like a fun hangout with the guys! Another reason this session was kicked up a notch was the exploring we did at Heritage Park – we didn’t realize how far back some of those trails go and we hit a few new spots (and outdoor props). So without further adieu…
We started on location in the early afternoon because of a potential storm coming, where we got this shot against the silo early on…
Next we used a farm wagon that was just asking to be used which made for a couple of nice shots. We hadn’t used it before so it’s now “Noah’s wagon” as long as it’s there! This shot is a close crop of our guy so it focuses on him but the wagon provides a nice backdrop on this one.
Next we went off exploring a bit and found a cool little bridge that we really like:
Here is our fun behind the scenes vine of the afternoon:
Getting it done! With Noah Raminick on a GREAT senior session! @KosherThunder https://t.co/MbzbsxfGZr
— Frameable Faces (@FrameableFaces) August 28, 2014
Then it was time to head back to the studio to get a little work done indoors. The forecast proved correct as a major storm hit right after we got back and the power went out. We thought the session might be over right then and there but the power came back in a couple minutes and we kept going! Ally always photographs everything in color but sometimes a photo just looks cool in black and white and sometimes Ally just knows when she sees it – like this one…
Nice huh? We were glad to “hang with the boys” and kick it up a notch with Noah!
Nice! This is a weird post for me, we seem to always be on the same page. My grandson’s name is Noah and we had our 25th anniversary celebration in a park called Heritage Park. 🙂
Okay that IS weird, and you’re right – this connection we seem to have is crazy! Love it! 🙂