Ha, just caught up on the 4-page discussion about photography quality. @Caustic [email protected] FWIW, Doing pics everyday for me is kind of a chore—and requires my wife to stop what she's doing in the morning and take them (I believe I've mentioned before she is a professional portrait photographer, hence why we have the equipment and she's so good at it). I started making myself do it to 1- Keep my blog going as a viable outlet for my interest in clothing, 2- To try and make myself up my daily style game and 3- To ensure that when I do post pics here, it's not just every once in a while when I'm wearing the awesomest of the awesome (which would truly smack of seeking only to get thumbs-up's as opposed to posting for other "legit" reasons). I will say that if you do a 15-45 minute photo shoot (the max my wife and I spend taking pics in the morning is 3 minutes in our backyard—we're moving next month; I'm really gonna miss this epic backyard), maybe post a single photo and hide the rest with a spoiler tag? *cough* @VictorSFreturn *cough* My opinion on selfie vs. any planned photo is simply that as soon as a human other than you takes your pic, you automatically have a more honest pic of what you actually look like IRL. I always try to have some of the best-looking pics of me as my "headline" image, but I always try to include the robo-pose for reference as to proportion, etc. That is my way of trying to ensure nobody perceives the motive for my posts as anything other than "legit". Oh, and no pic today—crazy thunderstorms all day today.