A budding young photographer!

This photograph is from a twelve-year-old!

For some time I have followed Ugly Hedgehog, (UHH) a photographic forum; I joined in July 2017. It is a terrific forum and I encourage all who have an interest in photography who don’t know of the forum to drop in and take a look.

For example, I chose my camera based on advice from UHH. I chose my photo-editing software, DxO Photolab, likewise. I am growing in confidence at using the camera based on UHH advice, and more.

The other day, Dennis posted a photograph that his granddaughter took. I asked for permission to republish it and Dennis kindly said “Yes”.

First some background:

My 12 year old granddaughter took this photo of her dog recently. She used her dad’s iPhone in portrait mode. I complimented her in getting down low to take the image. And I thought it was interesting how she only captured the dog’s head. I am trying to encourage her to learn photography

And now the photograph!

Of course it’s a dog, that’s what caught my eye.

But it is also wonderful, don’t you think?

10 thoughts on “A budding young photographer!

  1. Great photo!! The dog looks just like my Blossom did. I still miss her. Learning about how to see rather than the technical aspect first is so important for one so young. Technique will come. She is really good at this.

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  2. Al lovely capture 🙂 Thank you for sharing and love hedgehogs and try to keep a hedgehog friendly garden with hedgehog nesting box… 🙂 and have captured some lovely footage of them last year on the night camera.. 🙂

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