In 2008, I gave my (almost) 10 year-old my old camera during a family trip. As part of the International Studios Appreciation Week at StudiosCentral, I wanted to share some of the unique images that he took. I have loved giving my kids cameras in the parks because the photos they take a so different from what I take.
We celebrated his younger brother's birthday that week and here is a shot of him with a citizen of Hollywood.
He took a lot of photos of the queue for Toy Story Mania. A lot.
This one made him laugh!
Not sure what the younger brother is doing...
He kept trying to get pictures of hidden Mickeys. I never told him what a decorative Mickey was.
We ate at the Sci-Fi Dine In and we were seated at one of the tables in the back.
Yes, it is a Fantastically Fuzzy Photo.
Not sure if this was a photo of the chair or the car.
Even though I tried to hold still, it was still too dark for a photo at the Sci-Fi.
He took a photo of the screen and it actually came out well!
He's checking out the details all around.
It's the underside of an AT-AT!
The Ewok Village.
The Starspeeder 3000.
He loved the droids!
I never would of though of taking a picture from this angle.
He wanted to capture a souvenir photo for his little brother.
He was helping me capture some of the details of the parks that you might not notice. I was very proud of him for that shot!
Giving your child a camera at Walt Disney World is just another way to create and share some great memories.
Have you ever done this?