when you press the button to start the timer, are you standing right in front of the lense? or have a finger over it or something. i know when i do that, my shitty camera doesn't change focus when i step back and my pics come out the same way. i just don't stand in front of the lense when i press the button to avoid this.
just caught up and HAHAHHAHAHA at snowman taking off his glasses and literally embodying the rom com nerdy girl --> belle of the ball makeover. so awesome.
Before that, when he started taking photos outdoors it had a huge effect on how he looked. I have a feeling that if he goes back to his old setup without the glasses it'll look bad again. Something was really throwing off proportions, maybe depth of vision (?) or Martha Stewart looking entryway (?). (please excuse this rant, I haven't slept in days) I think Snow has a great attitude, especially towards criticism (like Fark from the recent SZ reading.. taking it all with a grain of salt and seemingly getting a lot of enjoyment from his use of the forum despite so much adversity with his fits), but to the point that it's a disadvantage because he seemingly lacks the degree of self awareness that makes others excel and improve quickly (especially when endowed with a budget like Snow). It's like he doesn't realize things until 20 people have said it. 'ignorance is bliss' so to speak. That being said, he's probably going to outlive everyone here because nothing fazes him. And to end on a positive note, he is indeed far more handsome than anyone here could have possibly fathomed from the console table fit pics. /crawling back into my hole.