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Next Generation - 6 Year-old Photographer

Sat Feb 11, 2012 12:11 am

More than 1 year ago here was a topic about young photographers.

Youngest On Airliners.net? (by erikgrinsvall Aug 15 2010 in Aviation Photography)?threadid=357675&searchid=358417&s=youngest#ID358417

Like a proud daddy I would like to share one the first photo of my son.


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Photo © Szabo Dani



He will be 6 years old on the next Friday.

Reading the old topic about youngs, looks my son is not the youngest in Airliners.net with accepted photo, but may be he is the youngest with action photo (airplane in the air/touch down/rotate).

I hope we will have more accepted in the future.
 
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RE: Next Generation - 6 Year-old Photographer

Sat Feb 11, 2012 12:26 am

Congratulations to your little boy, it is a great photo. I only wish there were some Malev 737s that he could photo as well. What a pity.
 
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RE: Next Generation - 6 Year-old Photographer

Sat Feb 11, 2012 8:18 am

Very nice! I can see he is following his father's footsteps, looking forward to seeing some more of his in the queue, looks like a pure pleasure to screen.
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RE: Next Generation - 6 Year-old Photographer

Sat Feb 11, 2012 11:47 am

My 7 year old daughter is yet not interested in aircrafts ... but I still have a chance with 2 year old Arthur to enter the DB as youngest photographer  

Congrats to young Dani ... , in a couple of years he will realize what classic he took a shot of.
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RE: Next Generation - 6 Year-old Photographer

Sat Feb 11, 2012 12:42 pm

Is he really 6 year old? I guess daddy has editted the pic though or is he as bliss on PS as he photographs? !
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RE: Next Generation - 6 Year-old Photographer

Sat Feb 11, 2012 1:44 pm

Quoting eggohoek (Thread starter):
Like a proud daddy I would like to share one the first photo of my son.



Congratulations! I know exactly what you are feeling. These were taken by my son when he was 4.5 years old, had quite some trouble holding the camera still (you'll find another pic of us in my profile):

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Photo © Cristián Contador


Of course these were edited by me.
Since then he has not been really that keen in going along to the airport, as the big airliners kind of make too much noise for him, but I am not giving up hope yet that he may get into this hobby eventually.

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RE: Next Generation - 6 Year-old Photographer

Sun Feb 12, 2012 9:46 am

Quoting Sam the Lab (Reply 1):
I only wish there were some Malev 737s that he could photo as well. What a pity.

I'm afraid he could take Malev photo only in LHBP aviation museum. My son first shot was a landing Malev with 18-55 kit lens, but 55 mm was not enough... all of his picture is much more better.

Quoting acontador (Reply 5):
I know exactly what you are feeling. These were taken by my son when he was 4.5 years old, had quite some trouble holding the camera still (you'll find another pic of us in my profile):

I watch your profile and that's a very cool picture about You  
70-200 is good for a young man as our sons, because the weight is about same like 24-105 which was using by Dani.

The best in this first steps if I never told him to take photos like me. That was 100% his decision.
 
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RE: Next Generation - 6 Year-old Photographer

Thu Feb 16, 2012 3:29 am

Wow... I'm 15, and I don't have shot in the database. Hell, most of my pictures don't look anywhere as good as those!
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