In number three you look the most comfortable. I pick that one.
All right, so far I've been told that I look too tired, too old, and too thin in the photos. And that I am more attractive than I am in the photos. Obviously, no one wants to write that here in the comments, preferring to tell me quietly and not in public.And one person said they were fine, that I am not trying out for a modeling career. Looking forward to hearing more.
To be fair, I said that I liked a different photo, that you did not include here. Maybe you should post #9.
Go for Black and white. It's more mysterious and really captures a mood. :)
Oh yeah... You do look a tad tired. But that's cool and author-like, so it's OK.
Here's the one Steve liked. I'm pretty sure it makes me look like a freak.
The image is unavailable. Was that intentional?
Worked for me a second ago... is this going to be high-tech mojo?
I like the close-up, #2: that's an almost Mmonalisa-like smile. But, they're all pretty good.
I really like number 3. You look the most relaxed and you-like.
The only usable one is 3. Reason? The background on the other two is distracting and "unprofessional." I'd like more choices, but 3 is obviously the best. And yeah, I got an "image not available" on that other one, too.
I remember you took a few photos of yourself in Antarctica. Very nice and relaxed. Didn't you pose with a penguin? Anyway, try a few shots with some dramatic lighting.
Sadly, there is no editor on earth who would let me slip an Antarctica photo into an Africa book. I like that photo.We took some more photos today. Michael Kraiger was behind the camera. It was kind of a comedy of errors as first the digital ran out of batteries and then the one-hour photo place developing made me out to be a goth chick. The photos themselves were not bad, but I am white as a ghost (thus no detail to darken in Photoshop) and my eyes are red. Interesting. But I'll take the negatives elsewhere to get new prints.I realized today that I have a good Namibian dune shot that would be perfect. But I have no idea where my CDs from 2001 are. That's what you get when you keep your possessions in a closet in the basement and in a garage on First Street. And Luc sent me a reminder of a shot of me on the Nile happy as a clam in spite of having just been chased by a hippo and broken up with by H.M., but I took a good look at it and it'll never blow up to 300 dpi.
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