My son Charlie and his Olymups OM2-SP
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Charlie and his Olympus OM2-SP

Thanks to a good friend, +Charles Lacz, our little Charlie has himself a new camera. Sadly, a while back, Charles dropped his OM2-SP and the meter doesn't work anymore. The lens now has a sticky aperture. So, as Charles was having a bit of a spring-clean last week, little Charlie scored himself a new toy.

It's at moments like these that I wish my father were still alive, as my first SLR was his old OM1n and I later had a 2-SP of my own as well. It'd have given dad a kick to see my youngest wielding this camera.

Charlie loves it and takes great joy in shooting and winding-on. Glad to have snapped him a few minutes ago playing with it. Maybe the little fella will end up doing something with cameras in his future.

Gear?
Nikon D700
Nikkor 50mm f/1.8AiS

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17 Comments

  1. Would not be surprised if he becomes a photographer, he looks focused in all cases. My son lives in Japan(Kyoto) nowadays studying the language and have some interest in photography for blogging.
    Have a nice day !

  2. 可愛い~~~~~!!!!><

  3. much too cute! teach him how to use film,.. there's something special about winding on.

  4. My Epson RD1 has a wind-on 🙂

  5. Toni Guerra Vega

    What`s in my mind? I just came across your blog and.. just love your works. Wish i could handle light and aspect like you do 😀

    Beside your work i love to fact you are living in Japan, so i get this wonderful views of the country i love and my beloved one is from.

    Thank you so much Alfie!

    • Alfie Goodrich

      Thanks for the lovely comments Toni. As for what’s in Charlie’s mind in those pictures… composing the perfect shot of daddy, I would guess 🙂

  6. Great shots and a really cool camera. 🙂

  7. He loves cars, getting good with the camera…. I'll have him write to you in a few years and ask for a job, +Mark Stepp 🙂

  8. We will all be asking Charlie for a job in a few years.

  9. You could well be right there mate…
    🙂

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