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12-30-2009, 08:19 PM   #91
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QuoteOriginally posted by jgredline Quote
i LOVE your look!
haha...I was about to post the same.

I played with a cheap webcam recently and had a blast with some of the images in PP.

Mine is not a self-portrait, but my mom likes it so I'm posting it here too.
Taken by a snow bound friend after a 5-minute photo lesson with my new 50-135 firmly set up on a tripod
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12-30-2009, 10:49 PM   #92
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QuoteOriginally posted by jgredline Quote
i LOVE your look!
+1

I sort of thought he looked a little like a young Henry VIII...

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ha, dont know if its a good thing or a bad thing that a bunch of guys like my look. that really is such a bad photo.
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I sort of thought he looked a little like a young Henry VIII...

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thats interesting. never heard that before, thats for sure.

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here's my share...

Can I post 2
Ansbert, what's the PP like in your first photo? Some soft glamour filter?
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thats interesting. never heard that before, thats for sure.


Henry was a pretty dashing fellow in his early years.

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Not really a self-portrait, but a scan of a shot recently taken by a friend - which am assured shows my more photogenic side - immediately prior to a decent where friction with the ground was to be provided by my rear in the provision of deceleration.

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For those of you still scratching your heads this is looking up at a curved mirror in the center of two meeting corridors, that's all.

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For those of you still scratching your heads this is looking up at a curved mirror in the center of two meeting corridors, that's all.
Very Cool!

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these are me a couple of years ago...but they'll do. both are true self-portraits :-)

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Not really a self-portrait, my wive took picture of me and I did the rest.

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Time to revive this thread, with a photo I took for P52
It's me - that's obvious with sefl portraits eh? - under the shower....

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I ran like hell to get to the end of this 70meter tunnel on the 12second timer haha.
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2 bare flashes, 1 softbox umbrella, 2 sec timer, lots of post-processing.
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