If you felt some type of way about the group of teenage photographers who are running Instagram with their cityscape shots, then you will definitely feel insecure when you see the work of 4-year-old Hawkeye Huey.

The long-haired, goggle-wearing shutterbug is the son of National Geographic photographer Aaron Huey, and he has close to 37,000 followers on IG right now, or over 9,000 for each year that he has been alive. Armed with analog cameras like the Polaroid Macro 5 SLR 1200 and his trusty Fuji Instax 210​, little Hawkeye takes photos on trips with his dad to places like Wyoming and Salvation Mountain.

Image via hawkeyehuey on Instagram
Image via hawkeyehuey on Instagram
Image via hawkeyehuey on Instagram
Image via hawkeyehuey on Instagram
Image via hawkeyehuey on Instagram

These photos would be considered good for an adult photographer, so the fact that Hawkeye is a child makes it way more impressive. Huey told Huffington Post that Hawkeye is a "social little dude" and that he hope his son "keeps making and evolving, no matter what the medium." He added that buying film for his son instead of letting his shoot digital "turns each photo into a genuine interaction, into a conversation. Everyone is smiling when Hawkeye walks away."

Check out @hawkeyehuey on Instagram to see more of this awesome kid's work.

[via HuffingtonPost]