When Erik and I were first married, we used our whole tax return to buy our first digital camera, a Sony CyberShot with 1.3 megapixels! This was by far the nicest thing we owned. It was at least a year before I would allow Erik to take it on a sailboat with him. We treated that thing like gold. Then, 4 years ago, we bought a new camera, shoved the Cybershot in a filing cabinet and rarely looked at until yesterday when I officially gave it to Luke. If it looks like he shot these with a cell phone camera it's probably because your cell phone camera has more megapixels.
It was fun to go through his pictures today and see what Luke found worth photographing.
Luke's biggest problem with the camera is that he keeps putting his finger in front of the lens.
It was interesting to me which toys he chose to photograph. This is his beloved Transformers coloring book.
Here is an airplane he built out of legos.
These next two, I am going to take a picture of and mail them to Alcoholly since she likes to send Luke pictures of pictures.
I thought it was really funny that he had Charlie pose for a picture and that Charlie actually did it.
Last, but not least, Luke's perspective of me -
Book now for your Christmas card photos, Luke's calendar is filling up quick!