Week 1: Self portrait

The idea for this portrait was to show myself with a photo taken when I was a toddler, but because the focus is soft and the light is blown, it doesn’t really read. (My tripod is packed somewhere in the garage as we do our remodel, so I had to fake it with a book propped on a ladder propped on the deck and eventually I gave up and just went with what I had.)  The image wasn’t salvageable without a LR action, which is why I used one here for the first time. It’s not exactly what I envisioned, but it does show me pretty much as I am (BIG LIE: Where are the wrinkles?) and I’m okay with it, even though I squirm whenever I see a photo of myself.

Now it’s time to link over to http://stephanyjonesphotography.blogspot.com. (I admit it…I took a sneak  peek and it’s absolutely adorable.) This is fun!

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18 Responses to “Week 1: Self portrait”

  1. Love it! You did a great job. I love your idea of using the photo from your childhood. I can completely tell it’s you! Welcome to the blog world 🙂

  2. What a creative idea! 🙂 Welcome to the blog world! I am so excited about this project!

  3. Yes…i love how you used the childhood photo as well!
    way to be original, creative with this week’s challenge! 🙂

  4. What a great idea! I love it!

  5. Tamara! I love the pic! You did a great job! And hey you are beautiful too!

  6. Love this, very nice and original!

  7. What a beautiful pic!

  8. very creative and cool!

  9. I think it’s a beautiful picture!! Great job!

  10. creative idea, and I think it’s kind of cool actually… its LOVELY… we all hate it, but all the same… it’s such a gift to share ourselves, as ourselves…and being okay with that. 🙂

  11. Adorable!! Love the idea!

  12. What a cute idea! Beautiful!

  13. Sorry for not getting your link up right away. All of the “faults” makes this photo perfectly special. Thank you for sharing.

  14. I love this concept and I think it actually works with the soft focus!

  15. what a pretty photo! thanks for sharing 🙂

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