Self-Taught via Self-Portrait: How to Turn the Lens on Yourself

 If you’re not sold on the advantages of letting another human being take your portrait, this leaves you with one option: self portraiture.

There is a big advantage in being both the photographer and the model: you don’t need to read between the lines, you know when the subject is tired, uncomfortable or hates a particular shot. You also don’t need a release.

When I suggest doing it, most people come up with the following set of excuses:

1. Easy for you to say, but I’m not photogenic
2. I tried, but the photos sucked
3. It feels stupid

Read more: http://strobist.blogspot.com.br/2012/11/self-portraits-good-bad-and-ugly.html

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