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Self Portrait

Started by Yolanda, May 21, 2013, 11:30:47 pm

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Yolanda

May 21, 2013, 11:30:47 pm Last Edit: May 23, 2013, 06:53:09 am by Jeanne Lee
Self portrait. This is the first time playing with a self portrait. I had just found the timer setting on my camera.

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JudyB




Looks good Yolanda! 


Jane Walker

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Don

Great shot Yolanda!

I love the serenity in this shot.
Don

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Jeanne Lee

I KNOW I posted about how great that photo is and what a great use of the self-timer. 
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hgoodyeariii

You could have improved this photo by smiling over your shoulder, but good composition.

Jacqueline

I would have never had guessed you took this photo on a timer...you are looking too relaxed, and I am guessing, not out of breath..... ;)
...I love your choice of scenery Yolanda...


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