For those who take naked photos of themselves using a self timer
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all my pics are taken by me using my self timer.. I enjoy it, but just wish I could set my timer a little bit longer but it only has two settings... I certainly do enjoy it though..eventurally ill have to invest in a much better camera. though my cheap walmart camera has treated me well.. lol
all my pics are taken by me using my self timer.. I enjoy it, but just wish I could set my timer a little bit longer but it only has two settings... I certainly do enjoy it though..eventurally ill have to invest in a much better camera. though my cheap walmart camera has treated me well.. lolMy Camera can Only Delay By 10 seconds. I find it long enough.
Except for an occasional selfie in the mirror, I usually use a remote release, ML-L3, now that I have that capability. I had a SureShot, but it didn't have remote capability, and even though I set the timer, I found I was still running back and forth. Maybe just me.
same here,,only a 10 sec timer on my digital camera,,if I don't like it,,do it over till I do it rightYes! It's a bit of a rush to get into a pose in time before the click of the camera.Some Turn OutNot in focus so I Delete them.So I take Lots Of Pictures And Keep The Good Ones.
I have a Canon EOS 400 DSLR which can be used with the Canon RC-1 wireless remote release (there are other independent makes too). With the camera mounted on a tripod, the shutter can be fired either instantly or with a two second delay which is just enough time to hide the remote in your palm, for quick and easy self-portraits. If you want to use a mobile phone or tablet, there is the Snap Remote which is readily available online and works with a free app that gives you the same remote release (just without the two second delay) and with the advantage of being able to see what the camera is seeing on the screen. My HTC Desire EYE Android mobile phone has 13mp cameras front and back, which makes it ideal for self-portraits as well as general photography.
I always felt 10 seconds would be sufficient time to look like I wasn't posing. It works most times.
But I've learned that taking a video from turning the camera on, walking to the position, holding various poses [each for a few seconds to avoid any blur] and return to end the video. I then take screen captures of the videos after loading it to my laptop. It's amazing the photos before & after the posing that reveal great, yet unintended, shots. Sure it's a long way around for great photos, but this can provide great photos nonetheless.
Now I head outdoors with a camcorder, Galaxy 12" tablet & a phone.