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It is never too early to gift a camera. The Story of Little Hawkeye Huey

Ni en el mejor de sus sueños Aaron Huey, fotógrafo profesional de National Geographic, imaginó lo que significaría regalarle a su hijo de cuatro años una Fuji Instax y llevárselo, con ella, de aventuras por el oeste de Estados Unidos.

Y es que Hawkeye, el pequeño de los Huey, no sólo no se separó de su cámara en todo el viaje si no que no paró de disparar e, incluso, arrastró a su padre por lugares insospechados para conseguir una determinada instantánea.

 

Ahora, dos años después, y tras una más que exitosa campaña de crowdfunding, Hawkeye Huey publica su primer libro fotográfico; un objeto de coleccionista que, bajo el nombre de Cowboys Indians Hobos Gamblers Patriots Tourists & Sunsets: A Portrait of the American West y a través de 168 páginas, nos relata su particular punto de vista del viaje.


El libro que ya ha despertado la admiración de revistas como Rolling Stone, donde se afirma que “Hawkeye tiene una perspectiva única y cautivadora” o TIME, que asegura que, “sin duda, Hawkeye tiene un futuro brillante en la fotografía por delante”. Te dejamos con algunas de las imágenes de esta joven promesa de la fotografía.

 

Not even in the best of his dreams Aaron Huey, a professional photographer for National Geographic, imagined what it would mean to give his four-year-old a Fuji Instax and take him, along with it, on adventures across the western United States.

And it is that Hawkeye, the little Huey, not only did not detach from his camera the whole trip as he did not stop shooting and even dragged his father through unsuspected places to get a certain snapshot.

 

Now, two years later, and after a more than successful crowdfunding campaign, Hawkeye Huey publishes his first photo book; A collector’s item that, under the name of Cowboys Indians Hobos Gamblers Patriots Tourists & Sunsets: A Portrait of the American West and through 168 pages, tells of his particular point of view of the trip.

The book has already aroused the admiration of magazines such as Rolling Stone, which states that “Hawkeye has a unique and captivating perspective” or TIME, which ensures that, “without a doubt, Hawkeye has a bright future in photography ahead”. We leave you with some of the images of this young promise of photography.

 

Not even in the best of his dreams Aaron Huey, a professional photographer for National Geographic, imagined what it would mean to give his four-year-old a Fuji Instax and take him, along with it, on adventures across the western United States.

And it is that Hawkeye, the little Huey, not only did not detach from his camera the whole trip as he did not stop shooting and even dragged his father through unsuspected places to get a certain snapshot.

 

Now, two years later, and after a more than successful crowdfunding campaign, Hawkeye Huey publishes his first photo book; A collector’s item that, under the name of Cowboys Indians Hobos Gamblers Patriots Tourists & Sunsets: A Portrait of the American West and through 168 pages, tells of his particular point of view of the trip.

The book has already aroused the admiration of magazines such as Rolling Stone, which states that “Hawkeye has a unique and captivating perspective” or TIME, which ensures that, “without a doubt, Hawkeye has a bright future in photography ahead”. We leave you with some of the images of this young promise of photography.

 

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