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  • Intro 0:00
  • Self-Portraiture in Photography 0:20
    • The Photographer is the Subject
    • Very Common Subject Matter
    • Even Earliest of Photographers Made Self-Portraits
    • Photography Started As Science
    • Taken Via Timer or Remote of Yourself
    • Your Likeness
  • Self-Portraits in Photographic History 2:18
    • Andy Warhol
    • Conveying Something Interesting
    • Check Out His Other Works
  • Self-Portraits in Photographic History 2:49
    • Hippolyte Bayard
    • Photograph Was Set Up
    • Self-Portraiture Has Been Around for a Long Time
  • Self-Portraits in Photographic History 3:30
    • Giles Duley
    • Telling
    • Nice Contrast
  • Tips for Success.. 4:10
    • Consider Different Aspects of You
    • How Do You Identify Yourself?
    • Do Your Research
    • Experiment!
    • Don't Forget Composition
    • Props Can Help To Get Situated
  • Project: Public & Private Self-Portraits 7:11
    • 6 Self-Portrait Images
    • 3 Images of Public You
    • 3 Images of Private You
    • Edit in Photoshop, Create Layers
    • Basically 6 Mini Collages
    • Assemble
    • Save for Submission Later On
  • Student Sample 1 11:57
  • Student Sample 2 13:38
  • Student Sample 3 14:30
  • Student Sample 4 15:12