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Everyone's taking the piss out of Brooklyn Beckham's new photography book

Are they being too harsh on the kid?

Everyone's taking the piss out of Brooklyn Beckham's new photography book

Brooklyn Beckham has found himself on the receiving end of some scathing reviews following previews of his new photography book, What I See

The book, intended to be an intimate look at the 18-year-old’s life, has come under criticism for its out of focus photos and somewhat… interesting caption work.

Two photos from the £16.99 book have come in for particular ire from social media users. One shows a picture of an elephant in the shadows, the caption read: "elephants in Kenya. so hard to photograph, but incredible to see." Another, shows a blurry shot of a crowd at a restaurant, he wrote: "dinner. i like this picture - it's out of focus but you can tell there's a lot going on."

A stunning shot...
He's got the eye

Some users chose to defend the book, calling it a harmless hobby from a teenager finding himself.

While others pointed out the now viral images were only a small sample of Brooklyn's work.

The debate reached such a point that Brooklyn's publisher, Penguin Random House Children's, saw it fit to offer a statement supporting the book. "What I See is a book for teenagers, by a teenager, which gives Brooklyn's fans broader insight into his world seen through his unique and creative perspective," said Francesca Dow, Managing Director of Penguin Random House Children's, in a statement to The Independent.

What I See is released via Penguin Books on 26 June. We think it's a pretty good first try from a teenager trying out a new hobby.