Me in the mirror

Me in the mirror

I have a couple of photography projects going on right now but a fun one I have been doing is ‘Me in the mirror’.  I keep an eye out for mirrors or other places to catch my reflection.   A little silly but it keeps me alert and looking for things to photograph when I am out…

Me in the mirror

Me in the mirror

Me in the mirror

Me in the mirror

Me in the mirror

Me in the mirror

Me in the mirror

Me in the mirror

Me in the mirror

Me in the mirror

Me in the mirror

Me in the mirror

Me in the mirror

Me in the mirror

Me in the mirror

Me in the mirror

Me in the mirror

Me in the mirror

Me in the mirror

Me in the mirror

Me in the mirror

Me in the mirror

Me in the mirror

Me in the mirror

Me in the mirror

Me in the mirror

Me in the mirror

What are your current photo projects?   Leave a comment and let me know.   Thanks for stopping by today…

 

15 Comments

  1. Dave,

    Hey you have your own t-shirt? How cool is that. I am a bit self conscious of taking my own photos in mirrors even though I have done it a few times. I just took a few in reflections in windows and doors they are on my facebook page.

    Great work Dave

  2. Good stuff Dave.
    I can tell which one are recent shots (:

  3. Hi Dave,
    Since I started to follow you I began to take actions to persue some ideas; future projects I”m trying to marerialize: 52days/wks, Woman, what we want to say and beggers. Your work simple or not is really inspiring. Thanks for sharing

  4. Jeff – I do…I have black ones and white ones. I actually used to sell them here I just sold out completely so I took the store offline until I decide if I should reorder or not.

  5. Dave’ do you really shoot with your left eye? Or do you just do that for the mirror shots?

    As usual, great work.

  6. Hey Dave – this was fun to watch ;-)
    It’s quite an interesting thing, to look at in retrospect, reminded me, to do more self portraits and more formal portraits of the people around me …

  7. I do shoot with my left eye Bill. Do you really think ti makes a huge difference? I have tried shooting with my right but I just have the hardest time with it.

  8. No.. I doubt it makes a huge difference which eye you shoot with… But with the viewfinder being all the way to the left, I would think it uncomfortable to shoot with the left eye.

    I only brought it up because it struck me as uncomfortable… Clearly your left eye is working for you…. :)

  9. Nice series of images, cool concept. The ones i like the most are with other people in the shot either looking at you or the reflection. You need a better model though ;)

  10. Russ…The people looking at me is usually my favorite part of doing those shots. If you shoot a bunch of them you can usually find some pretty funny backgrounds.

  11. It is an interesting photograph!

  12. Thanks Tsukada…

  13. beautifull picture

  14. I took many photos of mirrors and self-portraits in mirrors when I lived and traveled in Japan. I have a small sample on my flickr page that you might peruse.

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