A Belgian creative father has shared on his Instagram photos of his daughters in dangerous and funny situations, created using Photoshop. Kenny Deuce, tired of answering the many questions from the mother of the children, wanted to know if they were okay.
Photos, on account. published in adventure with Father, Show the kids at unusual times. From messing with electrical equipment to feet standing off the ground, being blown up in a balloon or near a cliff.
A skilled photographer with a great sense of humour, the Belgian loves to create unusual adventures for himself together with baby Esther and her sister Alix.
Whenever she asks, he sends the images to their mother, Tineke, asking for a picture, which children do at this time.
“Just to be clear, all the photos are fake. I decided to make some fun out of it. I always showed her my daughters in a different dangerous situation,” he explained to the local newspaper Het Laeste Nieuws.
“My girlfriend had to look twice when she got the first picture [para entender o que realmente estava acontecendo]But it didn’t take her and her co-workers to start looking forward to the new photos,” he admitted.
And the game, which began when Alix was still a child, became a habit that was successful on social media. With over 400,000 followers on Instagram, Deuce and his daughters became known not only in Belgium, but all over the world.
Deuce explained that the creation of the photographs is simple and fast, as his daughters are calm.
‘Alix is an easy-going and happy kid. She always smiles with a funny character, trying to mix us in with a hint of stubbornness,” Kenny said in an interview with Bored Panda.
In addition to an “Instagrammer” father, Kenny is also a musician and is part of the rock band The Complete Angler.
The funny images and the story behind it also resulted in a book of his own, titled “Adventures with the Father: Being a Father is Child’s Play,” published in May.
In his book, he brings together his best photographs, which complement a large number of previously unpublished images. It also includes ‘advice’ for fathers and fathers to be had with a strong dose of good humour.