Brooklyn Beckham to Release His First Photography Book, 'What I See'

What I See features "a series of snapshots of [Beckham's] life," according to publisher Penguin

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Brooklyn Beckham‘s art is moving off of social media and onto the printed page.

The 17-year-old will release his first book of photography next year, he revealed on his popular Instagram page Tuesday.

What I See features “a series of snapshots of [Beckham’s] life,” according to publisher Penguin. “Each chapter tells a different story through pictures by and of Brooklyn, accompanied by captions and passages of text in his own words. Unique, authentic and stylish, What I See is a glimpse behind the lens.”

Earlier this year, Beckham — the oldest child of David and Victoria Beckham — gushed about his passion for life behind the lens in an interview with L’Uomo Vogue.


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“I studied photography in high school and straight away I knew it was something I was interested in,” the teen said. “When I left school I started shooting in my spare time and really enjoyed it.”

He said he later interned for the British fashion photographer David Sims and then brushed up on his skills by reading books on the subject. Beckham prefers to shoot in black and white and often does so on his Leica 35mm camera.

What I See will be released on May 4, 2017. Fans can pre-order both signed and unsigned copies through U.K. sellers Waterstones and WH Smith, now.

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