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Never too young to learn photography

By cazozphil  
Hi Everyone

Thank you so much for the comments on my macro work from the other day. Can't wait to try out the few suggestions.

This is a photo of my young niece who I took with me to Floriade (where I photographed the fringed tulip). She was given a Canon 600D to use for the day and had an absolute ball taking photos of whatever caught her fancy. She even learnt about f stops and depth of field. Something I should have concentrated on for my own work. But hey, I had a blast watching and helping her.

I was using my macro lens for the flower work but it is a pretty good portrait lens as well.

Enjoy.
cheers
Carol

Tags: Young Niece Portraits and people Child photographer Looking through the lens

Voters: Newdawei, Sreidser08, lonely_oryx and 6 more


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Nice view point to tell us how serious she was.
Chen

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Quote:Nice view point to tell us how serious she was.
Chen



She is like me, we keep both eyes open when taking our photos. My nephew who is younger, uses his hand to hold his other eye closed while he takes a photo. That is funny to watch.
lonely_oryx 8 61 54 England
26 Sep 2013 11:45AM
She might teach you a thing or two. GrinGrinGrin

Quote:She might teach you a thing or two. GrinGrinGrin


Yes she very well could. She is a fast learner and very keen. She didn't like relinquishing the camera even to let her little brother take a few shots. She has had a little point and shoot since she was 6 and now she is loving the "big" camera lol
26 Sep 2013 12:11PM
A great image Carol !!
Chinga Plus
5 1 1 United Kingdom
3 Oct 2013 5:31AM
Future EPZedder recruit? GrinGrin
Lovely close up, candid and cute.
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