Back before our epic Disneyland trip, we purchased a little camera for Emily. We needed something sturdy, shock resistant, because let's face it, she drops things, and it had to be easy to use. With Michelle's help, I decided on this little Fuji Film camera. I think this is the right picture...she has a green one...
Anyways, I didn't want to miss anything so I figured if she had a camera and took pictures from her point of view, I'd be twice blessed. AND I was. She got a few shots of me on our trip, but the best part is this little sucker takes awesome video. For 14 days she shot video and took pictures, not the over 1500 I took, but still had room for both! I was amazed.
She also dropped it at least 2 times with no ill effects.
When I went to the JinkyArt retreat, I made her promise to take pictures of her and Kerry's big Vancouver adventure. I played the guilt card, I wouldn't be there and didn't want to miss out! (I'm not saying I would have given up the retreat to go to the Olympic village.)
Here are a few of her SOOC shots.
I like this one! She's in the photo! Good one, Dad! She's sort of smiling.
And this one...I'm sure she snapped it for me and my love of Disneyland. Although I have no love for large boats, or most boats.
And a very decent one of her dad, with some interesting things in the back ground. I think this was before their attempt at leaving Stanley Park. But I could be wrong.
Her indoor shots left a bit to be desired but she's taking after me and leans towards natural light photography. She figured out how to turn it off the little point and shoot, but doesn't quite have a steady hand yet.
I'm so happy to have these photos so that I have pictures to go with their stories of their trip.