- 10 Self Portraits Which Challenge the Modern-Day Selfie
'Self Portrait' was the latest #CanonChallenge set by community member Andrea Francolini – and in an era dominated by the #selfie, we were excited to see what people would come up with.
A self portrait or portrait should captivate you and give you some sort of emotion. It can make you laugh, smile, be sad or think.
"It can be close-up or have the main subject situated in a location to help tell their story. It can be a selfie or a proper portrait. It can be your shadow or your reflection." Andrea says.
Enjoy the selection of Andrea's favourite entries below. His commentary is included too.
Check out the other entries here!
Header image by Andrea Francolini Photography.
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