A 3 and 5-year old’s adventures with cameras.

*Note – The photos shared here are indeed shot by my 2 daughters of 3 and 5 years old now, they are far from being great or even acceptable coming to quality so please do view them with a huge pinch of salt.

Kei with the Fujifilm GFX100, this is the other camera she has mentioned to be heavy other than the Sony A7R III and 2470GM and the Nikon D850 with a 24-70/2.8 VR.

If you have been following my site for a while, you will know that a habit of mine is to have a camera in reach of my 2 daughters for the sake of letting them have the good fortune of being able to pick up a camera whenever they wish to, and hopefully one day they may pick up the hobby. (no pressure)

And of course, they do have their personal cameras, a pair of 16 megapixels, 1 2/3 inch sensor Fujifilm T400s which I always keep charged and ready for them to use, and it has become a habit of mine to once every few months to collate the photos from the 2 cameras.

the pair of Fujifilm T400, a 2013 model now discontinued. A fact is that it even comes with a 10x optical zoom.

Lynn with her set. 

So its simply time to again share their works, the perspective and view from 2 photographers lesser than 120cm in full height and lesser than 9 in the sum of their ages.

A composite of some of the images the 2 girls photographed. 



Admittingly, I am quite sure that these photos wouldn’t pass muster in any contest or any critique, but to me, the parent, they form the beginnings of the photography journeys of these 2 small children and I hope they will use this medium to better their sense of creativity as they grow.

Thank you for reading. 


4 Replies to “A 3 and 5-year old’s adventures with cameras.”

  1. Thanks for sharing such joyful pictures. I have a picture of me and my sister when I was about 6 with my Dad’s now ancient “bellow”s style camera hanging around my neck. Good to start the kids early in the great world of photography!


    1. Thank you for dropping by and sharing your story too 🙂 mine too started decades ago with my old dad and his now vintage OM-1 camera and I felt it would be great to be able to continue this tradition


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