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    Re: Self Portrait thread

    I was all sweaty from the front, it is a 300ft climb to this place


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    Re: Self Portrait thread

    Quote Originally Posted by armando_m View Post
    I was all sweaty from the front, it is a 300ft climb to this place
    Wow brilliant light and great processing, love your composition too.
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    Re: Self Portrait thread

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    Look at me, I'm in a Tub!
    LoL this one is pretty funny with the caption.

    Atleast you aren't on a boat!

    Quote Originally Posted by armando_m View Post
    I was all sweaty from the front, it is a 300ft climb to this place



    Armando, someday you'll have to explain to me how you got so awesome. I love the depth of the detail of your environment on this shot.
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    Re: Self Portrait thread

    Self Portrait thread-dsc_8110-edit-edit-2a.jpg

    Back Again...
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    Self Portrait by Cosmonaut's, on Flickr
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    Re: Self Portrait thread

    Nice shot Greg, my attempt at a self-portrait in one of these things didn't turn out very well (of course I don't have your talent and your camera)

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    Re: Self Portrait thread

    I'm going to break the convention a bit and post a full video. It was primarily shot with the T2i and 50mm f/1.8. The "self" part of the portrait is at 2:05, I'm the guy with the big grin.


    This was the video shot the same day I did the bands group portrait, some of you may remember.

    Great self-portraits going here. I'll see if I can come up with something more conventional.
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    Such a short Camo. But cool video. I'm impressed.
    I am like Barney Fife, I have a gun but Andy makes me keep the bullet in my pocket..

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    Re: Self Portrait thread

    Self Portrait thread-mepaintingsm.jpg

    Taken a couple of years ago. I had a one-woman art show coming up in a local gallery and a friend offered to write an article for the local paper, but he wanted a picture and didn't have his camera with him, so I set up the tripod at home and took about 30+ shots before I got one I was reasonably happy with.

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    Re: Self Portrait thread

    Well done! Thanks for sharing it with us
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    Very impressive to have been shot with a T2i. Love the editing.... Since you did make a very short appearance a guess will have to give you self portrait status on this one. Thanks for sharing, love to get different ideas and inspiration. Going to have to explore the video capabilities of my D7000.
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    Re: Self Portrait thread

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    Quite an original environment to take a self picture in!

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    Re: Self Portrait thread

    OK, playing around yesterday and thought I'd get a few shots with the beard before I take it off, 3 weeks of growth, great not shaving in the morning, too much Grey (Gray) lol...

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    Re: Self Portrait thread

    I think every man should have a beard, so it works for me Peter. Keep it, unless your wife can't stand the sight of it.

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    Re: Self Portrait thread

    I have a few black permanent Sharpie markers I could send you! Jeff
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    Re: Self Portrait thread

    Quote Originally Posted by shootme View Post
    Wow brilliant light and great processing, love your composition too.
    Thanks

    nice series of your self portraits

    Quote Originally Posted by maplestreet View Post
    Armando, someday you'll have to explain to me how you got so awesome. I love the depth of the detail of your environment on this shot.
    Thanks! just used F11 and shoot from a tripod

    Here is one of me, playing with the flash of camera
    also posted in the b&w project

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grandpaw View Post
    I have a few black permanent Sharpie markers I could send you! Jeff
    Yes I'll always need to keep one handy, not good in the rain though
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    Re: Self Portrait thread

    Quote Originally Posted by dana m. View Post
    I think every man should have a beard, so it works for me Peter. Keep it, unless your wife can't stand the sight of it.
    The ladies at the office come back with a decision today keep or lose it? Lets see.
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    Re: Self Portrait thread

    Be sure to tally my vote in there. BTW....the grey is a PLUS..not a minus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dana m. View Post
    Be sure to tally my vote in there. BTW....the grey is a PLUS..not a minus.
    Decision was to keep, I'll see if I last another week.
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    Re: Self Portrait thread

    You have become our self portrait master Peter. Very innovative and always entertaining.
    Don't forget about the Gallery. Are your photos there??


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    Greg by Cosmonaut's, on Flickr
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg McCary View Post

    Greg by Cosmonaut's, on Flickr
    Classic selfer... Love the look and the effect.
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    Thanks OT I was just messing around at the end of a roll.
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    Re: Self Portrait thread

    Incorporating my other love:



    Tripod, self-timer, Bam! It struck me just now as I was looking at this how much work I would have had to do just two cameras ago. Meter the natural light, find an f-stop compatible with the right amount of fill flash (based on the flash unit's guide number,) hope that that f-stop didn't take your shutter faster than the sync speed, and then install the mechanical clockwork timer into the shutter release screw hole.

    Nowadays, turn on flash, turn on camera, set matrix metering, 10-second delay, done!

    I really really wish I'd though to tape over that reflector, though!

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