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The subject is Selfies

Percy fancies himself a model. So when I caught him with my phone in his paw I knew I needed to teach him proper selfie technique.

First, I told him to find your light. Your face always looks better in the light.

We decided to go with a soft filter on Instagram to soften our wrinkles.

I think he's got it! Just a little more to the left.

Oops, I think we moved. Practice will make perfect and I am sure he will get his whole face in the shot very soon.

I decided selfies are fun. When I met a friend for coffee, we took a selfie.
And tonight at my sister's art reception, we went all out and did our best imitation of the famous Ellen selfie. Ellen I hope you are reading this.
So how about you? Do you selfie?


LOL, I love it!!! I just got an iPhone and I've done one selfie, with the hubs!!! It was freezing cold and we were in Maine!

Love Percy's selfie!!! Next he'll be wanting his own phone!!! The "cat-line."

Oh, and if I haven't mentioned it before, I LOVE your kitchen!
WendyBee said…
Nope. Not me. Not a selfie fan. Way too embarrassed about how the camera does not love me. I am way too self-conscious and vain. My oldest son is the king of selfies around here. It is not unusual to discover that he has "wallpapered" my laptop with a webcam shot of himself. Or his foot. Or the dog. I love him, though, because he is so whatyouseeiswhatyouget. Love your selfies, your cat is adorable.
Terri said…
Never--I avoid cameras like the plague. I'm usually the one taking pictures.

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