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February 02, 2010


Exposure: 0.4
Aperture: f/16.0
Focal Length: 85 mm
ISO Speed: 400

Boy that is a slow shutter,  grateful that I have a remote and tripod.
Anyway I am not to thrilled to the fact that my photo assignment this week is "self portrait."  I can do the Feb. themes, not problems as well as the macros.  This taking a photo of myself for 7 days is kicking my butty.

I am not very photogenic,  never have liked being in front of the camera.  That is the reason that I am always behind the camera,  that is where I feel comfortable.

Perhaps that will all have changed by day 7, fingers crossed.


kerimichelle said...

You're doing GREAT!!! So creative...stop being so hard on yourself!

Ron a.k.a. Danudin said...

You don't look too bad, didn't crack the spoon or whatever the reflector is (Great perspective) Sally says that I look like I was hit by a Bus (Double decker) and that it backed over me a few times! I could not do that assignment, I value my camera's safety!

Rinny said...

I think we all feel the same way. Just remember we are not here to judge the way you look but are here to look at your pictures. Keep up the great work!

Chesney said...

I, for one, am really enjoying your series and your creativity...keep it up! ;)

BobbieCoughlin said...

Not, this is a really intriguing take on your theme. The gold color, blurred focus and the cracks add an air of mystery.

Clara said...

I think that self-portraits teach us so much. Keep on, you are doing a great job.

saralonde said...

What an interesting shot!