wearing: old Shop Ruche coat, Oasap blouse, thrifted skirt, Wolford tights, old oxfords
The camera comes with a built-in timer which makes self portaits a cinch, but my favorite feature is the projector--originally intended for playing videos (which I'll probably also use it for in the future) it also helps me take the more creative self-portraits I've played with in the past. Previously I had to borrow a bulky old projector from a friend to experiment with this type of creative photography. It was always a huge hassle of borrowing it, finding a steady enough surface that could handle the weight of the equipment while also having a room big enough with a blank wall to feature the projected image. The tablet is lightweight enough to on on nearly any surface and has none of the annoying cords. It's seriously super handy for projects--a grid on the wall helps you line up an arrangement perfectly and I can even see myself projecting my drawings onto the wall to trace for a temporary (or permanent!) stencil feature in a room. Thomas helped me shoot the video below showing how I've been playing around with it so far.
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