Back to self-photography

Since I’ve gone back to working just about every afternoon/evening at the dance studio I’ve resorted to setting up my tripod and wrangling Lyla to stay within eyesight. A lot of these shoots involve Lyla running around while I run back and forth setting my camera timer. I also have a new tripod sort of like the Gorilla Pod that I’m trying to work with. I’m not always sure where to put it, but I’m getting a bit better. This is the first set of my return to self-photography, so cut me some slack. However, weekends will be photographed by Nate still so you aren’t completely doomed to my testing things out.

self-photography plaid blouseWe’ve been to this playground so many times this summer. I like how small it is, and I can sit down and watch Lyla run around. I’ve tried several different places to bend my tripod around to get some decent pictures. Since, this was the first day I didn’t do a great job. However, they get a bit better the next time I took self-photos at this park. There is hope, but for today you only get one picture.

Plaid Blouse-the Black Market, Tank Top-Target, Shorts-Motherhood Maternity (altered to taste), Sandals-Target

4 Responses to Back to self-photography

  1. I think that’s pretty good! I take forever to set up the tripod, which i why i only take one outfit pic a week!
    Franca recently posted..Celebration baking by Lizzy of Scientist ChicMy Profile

  2. Self photography is difficult. I use the timer on my camera most of the time & my pics are never cute :( You look great…your adorable preggo!
    Angie recently posted..Short & SweetMy Profile

    • Thank you so much for the compliment. I have definitely had good times and bad times this pregnancy. It makes me happy when I can catch some of the better times in pictures.

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