Yeah, to just say we “really like-ah” Mycah wasn’t enough. We love her! We fell in love with this girl the minute she walked into our studio the first time. She’s just cool, and funny, and beautiful, and smart and – okay we could go on and on, but yeah – she fits in. Instant connection. The snowfall we had for this session was a little unexpected and yet it really did work out nicely. We had a great time and Mycah just slayed (that means she did an amazing job)!
We Really Really Really Like-Ah Mycah…
So we started out on location at a nature preserve that we love and got a few shots there mainly with one outfit and a letter jacket addition which warmed our hearts because it was a dear old brown and gold North Farmington Raider jacket! Go North! Let’s take a look at these:
How stunning is she?
Next we have a little Raider Pride going on…..
We’ve been told Mycah is a heck of a track athlete….
At this point it was time to head back to the studio but before we do that let’s take a look at our behind the scenes fun from the day! First with our 6 second looping Vine:
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Next we have the replays of our Periscope broadcasts from our YouTube channel for you. One outside and one in the studio! If you haven’t downloaded Periscope yet (the 2015 app of the year) you can do so and follow us at @frameablefaces here. Okay so first on location…
And now in the studio…
Okay Actually We Love Her…..!
So let’s take a look at a couple of amazing studio photos against the black backdrop. Mycah looks fantastic in this red dress!
And last but not least we are really happy with the results of this black and white photo in our “black and blowy” set up!
And that will do it for now! You can get a sense for why we love her! We hope you enjoyed these highlights from our day with Mycah… Actually, you’ll see here as a little bonus she came back to visit a couple nights later while we were broadcasting at the studio and we made a little vine out of it! Enjoy and we’ll see you soon!
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