Hey, all! I attempted at shooting my own self-portraits (seriously) for the first time last night. Would it be possible for you guys to have a look at the photos I've uploaded so far and critique? It's located on my Facebook here: Carlos NÃºÃ±ez's Photos - Self. | Facebook A couple of notes to observe here: 1) I have more photos that are pending edits. I will upload them tomorrow afternoon. This is just a feeler (I really wanted to get something up.) 2) I shot this in very limited conditions. I had a really limited space available to me (my apartment is shared), so not a lot of room to move or get "creative." 3) My lighting was very limited. I didn't have umbrellas or any other equipment to give off evenly dispersed lighting, so I worked off of ceiling light (which was "naturally" colored, i.e. light yellow). 4) For reference, the equipment I used was: Canon 20D with Wireless Remote (I photoshopped the remote out of one of the pictures; y'all should be able to guess which one) Canon 50mm f/1.8 Mark II Lens (the oblig) Canon 28mm-105mm f/3.5-4.5 USM Lens Prof Kobre's Lightscoop, Natural Tint A tripod NOTE: I was actually really afraid that the Lightscoop was a cheap gimmick, but it really does make the fill flash much, much more effective at controlling fill light. It's obviously not as awesome as a speedlite, but it works really well for ghetto photoshoots like mine. :-D (A speedlite is on the way, though.) Thanks for reading!