I like little Jo's shoes. Yes, give her the camera more often, it will keep her quietly occupied and you get bonus pictures to use here.
River, she also took a selfie and I printed it for her with here feet photo. She was pleased. If I want people photos, I will give the camera to her.
Little Jo's camera work reminds me of a friend's who waves her camera airily around in the hope - usually unfulfilled - of getting her target image into the frame. However, it is clear Little Jo does not share your reluctance to include actual humans in her photos.
Victor, isn't the best thing about digital cameras, well in my case, is the ability to take many photos in a hope that among them there will be a couple of ok ones. No one seems to object to a child snapping away at them. I am still cautious.
Andrew, interesting photos absolutely. Feet are very important part of our bodies and the shoes too. Or you can walk barefoot because it is summer at your place
Gosia, yes, it is hard to imagine not being able to work. Barefoot walking is dangerous to your feet but some do walk barefoot here, but I am afraid we don't respect them too much.
Cute shoes. And I like the small person's perspective...
EC, it is funny that even nearly two years ago, she had an interest in photographing feet.
Kids do funny things with cameras and sometimes make a stunning photo. Our 4 year old gson produces some funny ones.
Diane, it is interesting to see what they like to focus on. I am confused as Fox seems to be older than four and Banjo younger.
Interesting photos as to what she saw...My eldest to grandchildren Miss 8 and Miss 6 take ok photos if they concentrate. The also do videos and pretend they are the reporter. I let them use my other phone.
Being a reporter is quite inventive WA. I am not sure about now, but Little Jo was never allowed to watch the tv news, so she may not know much about reporting. She can certainly find the phone camera very quickly.
Little Jo had some good shots once she'd raised the lens a bit Andrew.. Do you mean to say she doesn't have a camera of her own yet? Come on Uncle A or R there's a future photographer in the making here!
Grace, I think among the overflowing room filled with her possessions there is a camera somewhere, but as I have mine on me, mine will do.
Little Jo went from bottom to top and not the other way around, lol !
She did Gattina. Does that tell us anything?
I love kids taking pics, they can get away with a lot more!
They certainly can Fen. I would not be game to point a camera directly at someone.
Seeing LJ's shots made me realise how few of your pix have people in them - I'm a bit wary also. Maybe I'll try her technique!!!
I am getting better Red, with an occasional crowd or even someone caught incidentally.
I agree with you...it seems much more acceptable for a child to take photos of strangers. I loved when Jack was young and would take photos like that. I like your term "Crotch Cam"
Dina, people don't feel threatened by a child with a camera, as much.