Three-year-old stages solo photo exhibition

Ruby Ellenby picked up a camera six months ago and started shooting with it. She uses a compact digital camera, wanders around with her folks and snaps scenes that capture her attention.

Ruby Ellenby photo
Ellenby wanders around with her parents and snaps scenes, like the one above, that grab her. Ruby Ellenby

Most professional photographers don't get to hold a solo exhibition till they've reached a pinnacle in their career. However, 3-year-old Ruby Ellenby is headlining the news with her first photo exhibition at Moshi Moshi, a restaurant in San Francisco.

It helps that Ellenby's parents are photographers themselves. The little tot picked up a camera six months ago and started shooting with it. She uses a compact digital camera, wanders around with her folks and snaps scenes that capture her attention. A lady who bought four of her photos marveled at Ellenby's perspective and "ability to slow down and appreciate the beautiful things around us."

Check out the video below to see her in action.

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