Portrait of the artist as a young girl
At the tender age of thirteen
(my little sister) is uploading some pretty incredible stuff. Her Flickr photostream
is a phantasmagoria of friendship, innocence, and discovery. As I look through these images, I have to remind myself that she is only in Elementary school.
Bebe’s still pretty shy about her talent. She blushes and insists that it’s just a hobby–but I’ve seen her browsing through catalouges of professional cameras and spending hours on photo-editing websites. She spends a lot of time alone in the backyard, taking and re-taking a shot until she is satisfied with her capture.
In case it isn’t apparent, I am a very proud older sister.
(Well, it’s not hard to be encouraging when she puts up flattering photos of me as well, haha.) I have to mention that she’s completely self-taught but I want to encourage my dad to put her in some workshops when she’s a little older.
Bebe uses a regular 7.2 megapixel Fuji camera (FinePix Fuji z10) with modest 3x optical zoom. She does her editing on a free online website (Picnic, I believe). I’m going to continue encouraging her to hone her skill but, in the meantime, some kind words from non-relatives may nudge her along.
Please feel free to comment if you like what you see!
A heavenly capture of a rather modest home decoration
The creativity of childhood
Our cousin Yvonne is a modern-day Rapunzel, making her escape!
A new perspective on an old favourite
She hasn't put this one up on Flickr, so consider it a Fab File exclusive! Please visit her photostream for more