So today I’ll be sharing some great selfie tips, from a photographer’s point of view 🙂 Because lets face it, sometimes you don’t have anyone to do pics of you, and sometimes it’s nice to be in control of the final product. I’m going to be applying the same principles I would apply when photographing someone.
She warned me about her friend that likes knowing everything that goes on in her life
To a point where the friend will throw a tantrum if she’s not kept in the loop about developments.
‘Why do you keep such a person in your inner circle?’ I asked, puzzled.
‘Oh, she’s really nice, you just have to know how to manage her.’
I was confused, but let the matter rest because it just wasn’t my place, but I knew this was a toxic situation.
I have this dressing table in my house,
It’s cute and serves a purpose.
But the there’s a problem with it,
And I’ve known about the problem for a while.
Whenever I use the mirror,
I get a distorted image of myself,
I’ve spent the last 6years calling out the beauty that I saw in women through photographs, and this is what I’ve come to know, how we view ourselves matters greatly in the grand scheme of fulfilling our purpose. To lead a life of impact you need to have a healthy self view. But sometimes, or a lot of the time, that picture in our heads about who we are, or how we look like, needs to be readjusted. Which is where I would usually come in with my camera.
Before you can build other parts of God’s kingdom, you have to mend and build the portions right in front of you
Before you go bear witness in all of Judea, Samaria and rest of the world, take care of Jerusalem
Does this call for perfect family life?
By no means.
But it does call for honesty, kindness and grace