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    Awesome! I'm first!

    Some Black and White selfs........

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    oh yes,i love self portraits.digital cameras are super for such things.
    i changed them to greyscale to fit it to the previous post



    the last one being the most recent.
    love this thread already

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    Always think about:
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    And (self)motivation is still everything.
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    for wierdness!

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    .I. extraordinary selfportraits... I wish I could do something even close than that you've posted... any tutorials on that?

    anyway.. simple selfportrait...
    Are we there yet?


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    This one has been at 2nd and 3rd place spots on sexiestgamer.com oooo My MMA fight pose


    Recent hiking in Vermont.


    BANG! BANG!


    Motivation...gone.

    Sketchbook be here...
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    Quote Originally Posted by alithenake
    .I. extraordinary selfportraits... I wish I could do something even close than that you've posted... any tutorials on that?
    thank you, but these are quite old
    i'll post newer one's when i have my 'puter back.

    no tutorials - but i'm willing to answer any questions if you have one.
    just ask

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    ok,so i ask:
    please show us a full face shot unedited,would you?

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    This one is taken with my trusty old G1, witch died on me some weeks back :/ But now I have a EOS 300D Can't wait to experiment with it.



    .i. - those portraits are amazing!

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    Here's a simple one, very little editing.



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    Here is another one I made today, inspired by a never finished, painting I did some time ago. http://www.sodiaz.dk/data/pic/Wallpa...edpine_wp1.jpg



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    Wink

    Hello,
    very good photos!!

    I'm new on the board, sorry if I made mistakes when I post at first.

    I'm a self-taugt photographer and my self-portraits that I've called "Autocaptures" are in my website, better than post only one photo, you can see all the gallery here:

    http://lesyeuxdeclaudia.free.fr

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    hey hey....never been in the photo board before........must say.....

    carnifex looks like i imagined......
    and, .i. very impressive photos....and what a sexy face.....
    .....sodiaz, love the contrast used in the pictures....
    and Rkhon.......

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    ....fear the munky
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    i do?
    (from my avy?)

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    .i., these are great shots, i especially like this one, although letting her left eye unrendered would be cooler, cause of an greater impact (Schockwirkung. :p):



    The eyes are so well rendered, would be great to see a tutorial on the eyes, just a small one, the basic steps u know?


    Thanks anyway.

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    i wonder...what brush setting(or something else) do you have to use in ps to get a tattoo effect?i mean if i want to paint a black tattoo somewhere but still want to have the highlights the body gives?do you get my idea?

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    By way of introduction, I am Dave. Here are two of my favorite self-portraits to date.





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    the last one is fabulous-reminds me of that apple picture(forgot its name)-i think by renée magritte.

    edit:
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    Thanks. I love Magritte. While he wasn't a conscious influence on making that image, I'm sure that his work weighed in somewhere in the subconscious effort behind this image. I only wish I had shot it on something larger than 35mm. I may eventually re-shoot it to have a larger version to work with.

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    A Few Old Ones.
    I need my camera back! ;_;







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    These are some really cool shots here! Cool to see all the different styles.
    Scotty, you should post some from a bug's eye view.. being the badass bug photographer and all..
    i. - love your pics.. creepy, moody, super cool. I especially like the one with the hat.
    FugaziDave - I really like that camera shot. very nice.
    sodiaz - I really like your style, here in your self portraits, and in your other work as well.
    gent - love the lighting and the staged concept.. what are you holding?.
    Shorty_Sancho - good eye for the cool lighting through the window..

    Well, here are some of mine for now..







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    some great photos and manips to be sure......
    mine



    it`s not a very good photo, but then, i hate being photographed so this is an apt photo in my opinion lol......and unedited, just in case people were wondering


    vanessa, i particularly liked that last one lol

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    Bah. I used to do self portaits all the time. Not so much these days. So here are some new and old.







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    Great shots everyone
    gent - alithenake - PhilHolland are my favs .




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    Im guessing you people have timers on your cameras, Hmm I really wish I had one because holding 1 arm out isn't cool.

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    hehe, yeah it isn't. Well, here you go a collage of them, all of them holding the arm out



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