Candace Cameron Bure is having quite the year.
The 40-year-old mother of three is not only killin' it on "The View," but her TV Sitcom "Fuller House" just got renewed for a second season.
Yup, Ms. DJ Tanner isn't going anywhere. So what's Candace up to when she's not in front of the camera? Well, she's behind it.
Elite Daily was able to speak with Candace about her favorite hobby: taking pictures.
The actress opened up about her love for photography and capturing special moments with her family members.
When you have kids, it's about capturing all the memories in life. I'm a sports mom... My boys play hockey and my daughter plays tennis, so taking pictures is a big part of my life.
Her love of family, sports and taking photos made Candace want to partner with Canon PIXMA printers at the Little League World Series.
This summer, Candace is encouraging families and baseball fans to submit photos to the Canon Little League Photo Contest for a chance to win a trip to the Little League Baseball World Series in South Williamsport, PA this August.
Candance shared she's really happy about the partnership and excited to celebrate the importance of the printed image. She explained how having an actual printed photograph is so meaningful when you live in a digital world where everything is posted on social media.
Candace added her love of photography stemmed from her parents when she was younger.
Her mother always took photographs of Candace and her siblings, and now the photos are organized in bins so the family can reflect on those memories together.
When she's not taking photos of her kids, she's capturing her latest meal and posting it on Instagram.
So what's next for Candace?
Well, she's currently in the middle of shooting season two of "Fuller House." On top of that, her Hallmark movie and mysteries series "Three Bedrooms, One Corpse: An Aurora Teagarden Mystery" airs this Sunday, so definitely check that out.