What’s the last thing a 13-year-old boy wants to get on a warm spring Sunday afternoon?
There are many unpleasant options. Certainly, an invitation to take a test has to rank in the top five of awful weekend chores.
In this case, it was a camera test and this kid has a kind soul and agreed to participate.
He gave me his undivided attention and took direction like a pro.
I respected his time as if it were my own. In short order, I got what I needed.
The new camera is a winner and the young fellow and his family now have a nice portrait to memorialize a certain place and time.
And the camera?
It’s a keeper.
About the author: I am Stephen Kennedy, an experienced photographer with more than 2500 completed sessions in all 50 US states.