Self-portrait No. 9: The Blissful Morning
My current self-portrait for the #NovemberCreate iPhoneography project. First, some whining ... these self-portraits are hard! I'm looking forward to the December project already because one thing I know for sure - bits of my person won't be in the pics.
I know that sounds harsh. I really don't mean to sound that way. It's been a challenge and challenge is good. Some of the difficulties are:
- I'm finding it technically difficult to take photos of myself with my iPhone that don't look like selfies.
- I need a much longer arm - or maybe a few extra arms to get the shots I would like to get.
- It's taxing my imagination. Ideas about what to take and where to take seem ... lacking.
In spite of all of that, I think I've produced a few good pics. The funny thing is - this project was my idea. It's definitely Danielle's turn to pic the next topic. Yay, Danielle! I can't wait to hear about it.
But, just in case we ever decide to focus on self-portraits again in the future, I did find a lovely class that would probably move me out of my head and into the heart of the photograph. Check it out:
Does that look awesome or what!?! I pinned it to my Classes I Want to Take board on Pinterest.
Whining over. Moving on.
About the Pic
The Blissful Morning: those are my toes and that's my dog, Annie. We spend a lot of mornings like this. The belly must be rubbed daily and frequently! Annie is definitely blissed out - and me? Yeah, I'm blissed out too. :) I'm glad this puppy chose me to be her mama.