Welcome back to the 365 Project with Picaboo! This is a year-long journey that offers weekly photography challenges to help you get off automatic and become a better photographer. For all the information you need on The 365 project, please review this post.

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This week, we focused on shooting self portraits. We loved this challenge because it allowed us to see your beautiful faces. And we saw you experiment with three main techniques: the long arm, the self timer and the remote. But of course, we missed two very important techniques: the toaster method created by Vera Berseneva and the great spoon self-portrait technique created by Amy Powter. Without further ado, here are some great self portraits taken by you.

 

Photo by Linda Brown

Photo by Michael Mckenna.

Photo by Cherri Pittman.

Photo by Susan Westra.

Photo by Anna Brewer.

Photo by Kristie Dickerson.

 

Photo by Amy Powter.

 

Photo by Jacquelyn McMillen.

 

Photo by Judy Macedo.

 

Photo by Doris Quigley.

Photo by Kelly Bigley.

Photo by Sue Beresford.

Photo by Vera Berseneva.

Photo by Tami Classen.

Photo by Kristie Dickerson.

Photo by Judy Macedo.

Photo by Jduy Burgin.

Photo by Kim Parson.

Photo by Kim Parson.

Photo by Linda Kincaid.

Photo by Kristie Dickerson.

Photo by Priscilla Rossi.

Photo by Betty Price.

Photo by Maggie Miller.

Photo by Pamela Villanova.

Photo by Terri Sims.

Photo by Doris Quigley.

Photo by Ann Scott.

Photo by Shari Dooley.

Photo by Judy Macedo.

Photo by Michael McKenna.

Photo by Vera Berseneva.

Photo by Sherri Schierberl.

Photo by Ruth Haynes.

Photo by Vivian Clibon.

Photo by Vera Berseneva.

Photo by Sue Gilpin.

Photo by Sherri Schierberl.

Photo by Ann Scott.

Photo by Derek Albo.

Photo by Barb Tatum.

Photo by Terri Sims.

Photo by Judy Macedo.

Photo by Linda Kincaid.

Photo by Linda Brown.

Photo by Linda Pierce.

Photo by Maegan Lufkin.

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