20 Photographers Who’ve Been Shooting Since They Were Zero Years Old

He’s probably thinks he’s better than the rest of us because he learned on a Kodak Brownie…

The Photographer by Liz Straight

He DEFININTELY shoots manual.

First Camera by Benjamin Essen

The trick to taking amazing photos? Visualize your shot ahead of time!

New Born|Davi Luiz by Thiago Cosentino

He accepts no shake in his images… a remote trigger is a must.

Already Getting the Picture by Hezekiah Pugh

Not sure what’s cooler, the hat or the camera… okay it’s the camera.

Winter Shooting by Wesley Armson

Is this thing on!?

Master Photographer by J.J. Taylor

The look we all get when we look through our first twin-lens reflex viewfinder… magic.

Smile please by Branislav Brzula

It’s important to get lots of rest between shoots…

Future 500 pixer by Kevin Cook

A tripod is even more important when your hands aren’t big enough to hold the camera.

Just started! by Petr Jan Jura?ka

To Photoshop, or not to Photoshop… that is the question.

Baby photographer by Nicolas.M  photographie

She shoots only hand-held and in natural light… a purist from the start.


Ah, an early adopter of the “tongue out focus” technique.

The photographer... by Jaan Al Balushi

Well… they say you should ALWAYS have your camera on you right?

My Little Photography Buddy by Danny

Hasn’t quite mastered the concept of the viewfinder yet…

Newborn Photographer by Tetyana Kovyrina

Favorite Lens? Check. Favorite Body? Check. Open slot for mid-shoot nap? Zzzzzz.

At Peace With Nikon by Nathaniel Smalley

Dad’s such a back-seat shooter… stifling my creative vision pops!

The little photographer II by Dan Tivadar

He only shoots film, and you’ll never convince him to switch!

Little photographer by Eszter Virt

This little guy fell asleep mid-lens-swap. Don’t laugh… you’d be exhausted too if the lens was as tall as you are.

Photographer in Training by Brad Telker

Never said they were all gonna be human babies…

Puppy Sleeping in Camera Bag by Alicja Zmys?owska

Always check your lens for smudges and spots before you go out to shoot.


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