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  1. Lauren Brooker says

    These are such great tips! I also link my camera wifi up to my phone and it literally is such a savour. It means I can put the camera on timer and adjust the camera on my phone without having to constantly be racing backwards and forwards to get it right. Love this post from you xx

    Lauren | itslaurenvictoria.co.uk

  2. Sophie Joan says

    The thing that scares me about self-shooting is the people staring. It is okay when you have someone else with you for support, but by yourself this could be quite dauting!

    • Rosetintedpics says

      Definitely! I’m yet to self shoot in public but you always get the people who stare or comment even when your shooting with someone! I think if I do, I’ll start in a quiet place haha. So tricky when you don’t always have someone to shoot with x

  3. Emily M says

    Ah I love this post, so many helpful tips! I use a Canon EOS M50 and you can use your phone as a remote through the Canon Connect app, which I tried for the first time last week for one of the photos in my blogpost, and I was surprised how well it worked! I’m not sure if my camera has a self timer so I will have a look at that, but I will definitely be using the remote technique again! 💛

    Emily M x

    http://www.princessemilym.wordpress.com

    • Rosetintedpics says

      Thank you so much Emily, I’m so glad you found it helpful! Ahh fab! There might be a self timer option on your app if you have a remote control! It’s surprising what you can shoot on your own isn’t it! xx

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