...How to live like I do.
My daughter is an amazing young lady. Talia is a straight A, honors class taking, hard working student. She plays tennis on the school team. She sings in the school choir. She is in marching and symphonic band. She also acts in the one-acts and the spring play, as well as working backstage in the fall musical. She is involved in the Truman Heartland Youth Advisory Council helping the organization decide which grants to fund. But none of that is what I'm going to blog about today.
On our last family trip, she asked if she could take my old D3200 and take some pictures. Since it has sat in the cabinet since I got my new D7500, I agreed. I was so excited that my daughter was expressing interest in something I was interested in. With the excitement came worry. I knew that it had taken me years to start capturing good images. I knew that the gear she was using was 3 years old. I knew that the post processing aspect is still something I struggle with. I shrugged off the worry though, attached a 55-200 lens, set the camera to auto mode, and let her go. Here are some of the amazing images Talia captured over the weekend.
I was absolutely amazed by the quality of images that Talia captured on her very first time using a DSLR. She is an amazing young lady and I am so excited to help grow her love of photography. I got her a new cell phone. It has a much better camera. She also has her own Instagram account and the few posts she's made so far are amazing. You should all go follow her (@taliahinckley)
Song: Where Are You Now by Honor Society