Zak is a cool kid and this isn’t the first time he’s been in front of Ally’s camera… not his first Frameable Faces rodeo so to speak. You see he was here with his parents for a family session – that would be his parents who were married ONE DAY before we were! So we have something in common with these guys and we knew Zak would be a good representative for the class of 2018 crew, so were there any problems getting some killer shots with this guy? Zip, zilch, nada!!!
Problems For Zak? Zip, zilch, nada!
Zak is an athlete, playing hockey at Orchard Lake St. Mary’s so we started in the studio with his cool letter sweater – there’s something classic about a letter sweater that we love to photograph for senior pictures and we’ll start with this one:
Of course we have some fun behind the scenes action from the session starting with the replay of our Periscope broadcast! If you want to join in on the fun – especially on the Doug & Ally Morning Show T-F (& sometimes S) sometime between 8:30 – 11 AM EST along with various other photo sessions like Zak’s below you can follow us at @FrameableFaces at this link, or if you want to watch the broadcasts from Twitter you can do that too.
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We also headed out to the OLSM campus for the outdoor photos and captured some great stuff… locations like this and Cranbrook for example are great for sessions IF you have permission to photograph there. We started with a little more formal look at the grotto.
This next shot is a unique one for us in the tower at the top of one of the buildings! Check it out…
Great shot of Zak there.
We also have more behind the scenes for you at that spot with the replay of the Facebook Live broadcast we did:
We have one more sneak peek photo for you with Orchard Lake as a backdrop – love this one…
So as you can see there were NO problems on this session with Zak – zip, zilch, nada!!! We hope you enjoyed the highlights! We’ll leave you with the Snapchat story from the day!
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