“BAE” is an acronym/term that is kinda so 2013… and yet we think it’s appropriate to bring it back for this girl for a couple reasons. For starters her name is BAY-ley, and while she’s not our one and only BAE per se (see what I did there), she is in fact really cute and fun and we fell in love with her (and her mom) the minute they came to the studio. Actually Bayley came by the studio on her own to set up the meeting to discuss her senior portraits and we were impressed from the start. So as a general term of endearment we’re running with it – Bay is BAE. #sorrynotsorry
Bringing BAE Back…
Meanwhile our plan for Bayley’s session took us to Franklin for the second time for the class of 2016. First to the Franklin Cider Mill and then to a park in Franklin where we found a couple new little treasures. Just a great day – but before we get to the location photos let’s start in the studio with one photo on the black background.
Now before we head to our location photos we’ll take a look at our fun behind the scenes action from our day – first with a six second looping vine:
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Next we have our extended YouTube replay from our live Periscope broadcasts which included Bayley’s mom Kim doing a little guest hosting! She was awesome! If you still haven’t downloaded Periscope you can get it and follow us at @frameablefaces at this link:
Meanwhile Bayley’s crew – her entourage – showed up for the last part of her studio photos and they met us in Franklin to be Bayley’s cheering section at the cider mill where we got this great photo of Bayley on one of the bridges there:
Next we headed to the park and found a little barn there that we hadn’t used before…
Lastly Bayley broke out her guitar for the end of the session where we grabbed this photo of her relaxing in this little field:
And there you have it! We had a great time “bringing BAE back” with Bayley! We hope you enjoyed the highlights of our day with her!