Tip of the Day: Take Better Self-Portraits

Don’t deny it – you bought your camera to take pictures of yourself. Yes, you take pictures of you with your friends, with the people you meet, and with that stranger standing next to you, but the point is – you take pictures with you in them. Usually, this means turning our cameras around, stretching your hands in front of yourself, and hoping you aimed correctly. Unfortunately, this often results in blurry shots of you and your friend’s ear. Need help? Some tricks you can try to get yourself i

Don’t deny it – you bought your camera to take pictures of yourself. Yes, you take pictures of you with your friends, with the people you meet, and with that stranger standing next to you, but the point is – you take pictures with you in them.

Usually, this means turning our cameras around, stretching your hands in front of yourself, and hoping you aimed correctly. Unfortunately, this often results in blurry shots of you and your friend’s ear. Need help? Some tricks you can try to get yourself in the shot are after the jump.