A three-year-old from Corby could be the town's youngest photographer after she shadowed at some lockdown photoshoots.
Poppy Morgan has been used to cameras since birth because her dad, Simon Munday, is a part-time photographer.
Simon - who has raised almost £400 for Corby Homeless Project through lockdown photoshoots - took Poppy along with him after noticing her own talents.
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She has also taken brilliant pictures of Simon and her 88-year-old grandfather in recent weeks.
He said: "I bought Poppy a very cheap camera at Christmas and realised how good she was getting at framing an image.
"When that camera finally died, I brought her a Sony W830 20 megapixel point and click camera a few weeks ago.
"She was happy to come along with me for a lockdown family shoot and bring along her new camera, shadowing me doing my work."