Saturday, September 20, 2014

Through their eyes

Many of the photos that we took during the holiday were shot on our mobiles because the twins kept taking the camera from us and eventually, they wiped the battery out.

It's interesting to see the world through the eyes and height of the twins. Someone told us how they gave their kid a camera at the zoo and the photos he took were all of animals without heads because that was just how tall he was in relation to the animals. We saw a little bit more than that though.
So for once, here's a post of them behind the camera instead of in front of it.

Jordan's photographs were mostly of the animals. And mostly, the parts of the animals. Occasionally there would be photographs of the entire animal but more often than not, they were a jigsaw puzzle of legs, heads, bodies, tails, eyes and what not.

We had more than 30 photos of chickens, parts of chickens, mostly of their legs as if said photographer was chasing them with the camera.

There were more than double that of sheep photos. 

Lots to do with eyes this time.

Evan, on the other hand, loved taking photos of us. A bit more over exposed but he loved stalking us and posing us. Mostly complete though occasionally chopping off our heads. His photographs also had a lot more background; they didn't zoom in on a particular aspect. The composition included the background.

Very different photographic eyes, the two of them.


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