Thursday, May 8, 2008

Pictures from a two year old photographer

One of Reagan's birthday presents was a Fisher Price Kid Tough digital camera. Now mind you, this isn't the quality of my beloved Nikon D80, but for the price and what it is, it takes a decent enough little picture for a 4x6 print. And the best part is it is user friendly for little hands and can take lots of abuse. If I had designed the camera, I would have positioned the buttons a little differently, but this seemed to be the best camera overall for kids. I'm pretty happy with it.

Here was her first time with the camera (yep, she's holding it backwards)

But she proved to be a quick learner.

She's been taking lots of pics the last few days. Today I downloaded her card and most of the pictures were what you would expect--blurs of randomness. But she did have a few I was pretty impressed with. Here is life as art as intrepreted by Reagan...
This is the money shot. If I didn't know better, I never would have guess a two year old took this shot.

Great shot of my pocket and her cute little Fred Flinstone feet

Her baby

Uh, my boob?

A tie on her canopy on her bed

A lot of people pay a lot of money for Photoshop to make their pictures have these special effects. Yeah, I don't know what it is either.

I'm pretty proud of our little photographer. She just may have to get a regular spot on my blog for her own photo postings.


MomToTracyNSheri said...

Hi! I just found this blog and love it. I have an almost 2 year old and a 3 year old (and a 13 year old daughter, heaven help me), and our lives are a total blur!

We bought the Crayola version of this camera. The prints come out nice, but the viewscreen is terrible! Is the FP one really bad - tiny and fuzzy - as well?

Joanna said...

What a great idea! I may have to get Michael one too. If he can take pictures half as well as Reagan, he'll still be twice as good as me and my D60.

Nice boob, by the way.

Samantha said...

LoL Nice boob. I think it is great that she can figure out the camera. Stevie cant get it to point the right way and ends up getting the flash right in his eye. But I keep trying.
P. S. Happy Late Mothers Day to you too!