Ever wondered what the world looks like from a kid’s point of view?
19-month-old Stanley Jones, son of British Army photographer Timothy Jones, has given us some photographic insight.
After seeing Stanley try to take pictures with his GoPro on a family vacation in the Dominican Republic, his father decided to share his old Canon G12, “and the rest went from there,” Jones told Mashable in an email.
Looking through the viewfinder instead of the LCD screen on the back of the camera, Stanley “wandered round the house and garden snapping away saying ‘cheese’ at everything,” Jones wrote.
“I canât remember anything from that age, so it was great to see what he experiences,” he added.
If you want to see more of Stanley’s adorable photography, his father has set up an Instagram page for him.
Check out his first series below (spoiler: he finds the ‘sepia’ filter):
And here comes the ‘sepia’ filter:
Then, Timothy took a few pictures of the artist at work:
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