So yesterday I was doing my reading for History 202 and, inevitably, I got bored and noticed that the light coming through my window was pretty good. So I grabbed my extra blanket and rigged it up in my closet, then set up my camera on my tripod and plugged in my cable shutter release thingy so I could take pictures of myself without the timer. I played around a bit and this is what I came up with.
I realized later that it would have been nice to have someone holding some sort of reflector to fill in the shadow on my face, but no one else was home at the time, so oh well.
I'd love to get some feedback on how I did. Especially on the lighting, posing, and background. What works and what doesn't? Keep in mind that I'm just barely getting into portrait photography and that this wasn't any sort of respectable production; it was just killing some time.
Feedback would be excellent!
(oh yeah, I don't expect anyone to want to steal this image; I'm just playing around with some cool watermarks/logos that a friend recently made for me.)