I had planned to sell my Nikon D90 after I upgraded to the D3s last year. The camera had been out of sight in a deep drawer within my office and out of mind until my eleven-year-old son discovered it just a couple of weeks ago. “Can that be my camera?” he asked. I don’t know why it hadn’t dawned on me to keep the camera for my children. Maybe it seemed too expensive or complicated for small hands. Or maybe I just needed one of them to discover it on their own. To ask for it. I tightened up the camera strap, showed him the basics, and placed it around his neck just in time for the sun to begin its decline. “Come with me,” he said.
When did you discover photography?