Many people have criticised Brooklyn Beckhams foray into photography.
Critics have picked apart everything from his age, to his controversial book What I See, to the fame he cant help but have had off the back off his famous footballer father David and Spice Girl mum Victoria.
But the 19-year-olds latest photography project proves hes certainly got an eye behind the camera – and, moreover, he was singled out for the job.
Fashion magazine Notion cherry-picked Brooklyn to shoot Disney star Sabrina Carpenter, also 19, for their upcoming feature because of their shared understanding of growing up in the limelight.
When I heard that wed secured teen pop princess, Sabrina Carpenter, as one of our big read features, there was no one that seemed more appropriate to capture her than budding photographer Brooklyn Beckham, the publication writes, noting how the duo have both been forced to navigate the challenging world of fame from adolescence.
And they turned out to be right: according to the title, as soon as Brooklyn and Sabrina met on set there was an immediate mutual understanding between them.
[Something like this] is so rare! I dont get to meet people my own age in this environment a lot, Sabrina gushed, noting how grown-up Brooklyn looks.
The images themselves are undoubtedly striking: Sabrina can be seen gazing into the camera as she dons a yellow bonnet and dress and electric blue eyeshadow before posing in front of a wall decorated with haphazard paintwork, with magazine pages littering the floor.
In a another set of images, she channels serious androgynous vibes wearing a black fluffy jacket with netted arms, teamed with spiky hair and messy, black eyeliner.
Sharing the latter image on Instagram, Sabrina added the caption: its not a phase mom and paid thanks to her photographer Brooklyn.
Notion Magazine also celebrated the feature by sharing a selection of images from the shoot on the photo-sharing platform.
Teen pop sensation @sabrinacarpenter is captured by @brooklynbeckham for our latest online big read feature, it wrote.
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