I read an article recently that mentioned that this 2018 graduating class is the last class of seniors that will have even been alive during 9/11. Take a moment for that to sink in. Last generation to have even. been. alive. during 9/11. For the 2019 class, it will accurately be taught as a historical event. Before their lifetimes. Crazy, huh?
You’re welcome for that little age check 🙂
Moving on- It seems to be a relatively small amount of people who actually LOVE being in front of the camera.
For most, it’s awkward, its uncomfortable, and you are certain that you look like a fool in 99% of your pictures. At least, that’s how I feel. Ha. Therefore, it’s our job to try to take away some of that awkwardness and uncertainty. What makes it easier, however, is when you have a great person in FRONT of the camera that laughs and has a good time!
This session with Dalton at Fort Peck was like that 🙂 Yes, the wind was FREEZING, but he had some great spots to go and get out of the wind, and he was game the entire time! We went home tired and windblown, but with smiles on our faces and happy hearts.
Dalton is an avid outdoorsmen and lives in the perfect spot, because the water is his place. We had initially talked about getting some shots out on the lake in his boat, but lo and behold, on April 15 the lake was still FROZEN solid. Go figure. Ha. However, it made for some gorgeous shots!
Dalton, we hope you look back on these with good memories, we know we will. Thanks for the fun and letting us capture this time for you!