If I didn’t know better, I would think someone has been snapping pictures of herself with my camera. 

If I didn’t know better, I would assume this someone is very please she has figured out just how this photography thing works; 
and maybe, she is a little taken with the fact that this “thing” doesn’t seem that hard. . . to her. 

It doesn’t bother me at all that this someone seems to be taking very nice pictures.  In fact, the next time I see this kid with my camera, I think I should take it from her quickly help her with her subjects.  

Just so nothing is miss handled.

I mean after all . . .her angeling is a little off. 

Okay, WAY OFF! 

Did you notice? 

Even though I have been studying photography and lighting and all things camera for quite sometime, I’m not worried at all that my five year old can take, maybe able to take a picture better then me.  

Yes, in fact, I’m very excited for her. 

very excited. . .yup! 

No! I’m Not worried at all. . .

maybe I should just hide my camera from now on.  You know, just so she doesn’t hurt herself.  


12 thoughts on “NO! I’m not Worried

  1. This is so great. I think when kids take photos, it just doesn't matter. They are relaxed and not thinking of all the "technical" stuff. My daughter has taken some great photos too, just because she is "free" and not "thinking" too hard. Love your post. Thanks for visiting my blog. God Bless you!


  2. Wow, I am impressed. She has got some talent. You should definitely take credit for passing down the photography gene to her :o). I love her expression in the black and white, perfect with the soft tones. Thank you for sharing and for linking up with Tones on Tuesday! I am so glad you enjoyed being featured from last week :o).


  3. Ha! Love it! My 3-year-old is starting to give me a complex too; she wanted a camera for her birthday last year (which she got, of course!) and she has a real eye. But I'm not worried either…yet. 😉


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