its pretty irritating to run back and forth to pose for the camera before the timer on the camera runs out.
you get tired of posing--run back to camera--posing--run back to camera
same process again and again
well what i usually do is put my camera on video and just pose a bunch of times.
after that i would upload the video and edit it on windows movie maker.
i would click the camera snapshot button on the bottom right of the video screen to create pictures from the video.
for example, the picture from the video i did for my photoshoot is at the very top
and the video is at the bottom which i did for the photoshoot (the video is horizontal b/c i hung the camera by its string on a door knob; LOL)
although, i only do these once in a while because the quality of the pictures aren't as good because they are from a fuzzy video. you would just have to edit the pictures very well on photoshop or on
which is a free and awesome picture editing site (i edit all my pictures from there).
this is my second time doing this method.
its good if you want to do a simple and quick photoshoot, if you're pretty good at photoshop or editting pictures, or if you want to capture movement like my hair in this picture.
the first time i did this method was a while ago for my chicblog.
The pictures came out pretty well (which i took for chictopia on an outfit).