This Toddler Took His Dad's Camera And Created A Beautiful Viral Photo Series
Have you ever wondered what the world looks like through the eyes of a toddler?
If so, we've got quite the treat for you.
Tim Jones, a Bristol-based Army photographer, recently passed his camera to his 19-month-old son, Stanley, to see what kind of photography genes the youngster inherited from his proud papa.
Jones gave Stanley a Canon G12 to play with and taught him to shout "CHEESE" every time he presses the shutter button.
Needless to say, the photos are pretty damn unique and give us insight on the simple life of a toddler that we once knew and loved.
According to Jones' website, Stanley was pretty adventurous in his photo endeavors. He said,
He wandered round the house and garden snapping away saying 'cheese' at everything. He even managed to switch the settings to 'sepia' at one point. I'm guessing he was feeling a bit pretentious and wanted to change the style of his shots.
The photos highlight some of the most important aspects of being a kid and feature his beloved dog, mother and father.
Not to mention, the angles are pretty awesome, and it's super to cool to see the world from a toddler's point of view. So cool, in fact, that Jones' post on Reddit already received well over 2,000 upvotes.
Heck, it's almost dreamlike in some ways — especially when Stanley turned the sepia mode on by accident.
Take a small look into the world of Stanley, future photography extraordinaire.
Laundry, from a different POV.
Can't forget the dog.
Dad? Is that you?
He even makes dog poop look like a work of art.
Cutest mother/son moment ever captured, right here.
This one's mysterious.
Cutest lil' baby shoes.
Let's go underneath the table...
Gotta snap the dog, that's for sure.
Smiles all around.
Those shadows are unreal.
Look at that lighting!
Dreamy, to say the least.
Looks like you've got a natural on your hands, Tim! I'd buy his photos.
Stanley's a lucky little dude to have a father figure like you in his life to show him the ropes of photography.