I have three young sons, all of whom are interested in photography to some degree. I took my four-year old (the middle one) out for a day of shooting over the weekend, and w had a lot of fun. I grabbed my fancy Leica M8 with a 35mm 'Lux, and gave him my trusty Canon G9. I like "Street Photography" in the sense that I try to capture the feeling of what is going on around me emotionally. But some people get all weird and tense about shooting strangers, so I thought I'd teach him not to be shy early on. Well, it was cold, so we decided to ride the S-Bahn here in here Berlin. Check these out: The first image he framed really well. It could be (strongly!) argued that his shot might have been better if I had turned his flash off for him... and that it was better without the sweeper guy in the shot... The next two shots we both decided to photograph a man reading a paper: The next series is phenomenal in my mind. We rode the S-Bahn to the main train station, and I showed him all the ICE high-speed trains going to othe major cities. I explained to him that these people were going far away, just like taking a plane. I may have had the patience to wait for a better facial expression from my subjects, but he caught the mood of the place better by including the kissing couple saying good-bye. Note his reflection in my shot: Here's a pic he took of me, followed by one I took of him. I was trying to teach him the cool-and-detached look all us artsy photographers use. Note that he wanted a scarf just like Papa, so I tied a Khmer headscarf that I brought back from Cambodia around his neck. More "mutual admiration" shots: What are other people doing with their kids in terms of teaching them photography?