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August 07, 2008


What fun! I'll surely remember this the next time I get out the camera.

Another of those things that it's part of the process eh?..I don't enjoy being in front of the camera..so much of what knitting that is photographed shows my backside and blogster isn't always cooperative to post those..
Great photos and nice to see some of your older posts.

Great post! I have a new FO -- I'll have to do a photo shoot!

P is for MARVELOUS. (heh)
As in YOU LOOK MAHVELOUS! Even in the uncomfortable early days. xo

Ack, Margene, I have fallen so far behind on my blogs and you are at the end of the alphabet and therefore the bottom of my blogroll!

I just wanted to say that this is an interesting post, given that i enjoy your FO pictures so much. Part of it is that i generally like your choice of projects and they seem to flatter you; you have a knack for choosing to knit what works on you.

The other part is that you do project your ZEN through the camera. Keep up the great photos!!!

I think you do a lovely job with your photo shoots for FO's.

Great recap of your inspiring photo shoots!

You are one of the most beautiful people I have ever had the privilege to know. Your FO photo shoots are a joy and I love seeing your lovely sweaters, shawls, gloves, mittens, and, of course, scarves. You and Smith do a great job with those shoots and we all enjoy the hell out of them. "P" is for pretty, too!

Excellent P! I'd have to say you do some of the very best FO shoots around.

Yayyyyy for photo shoots, and yours have inspired greater creativity in all of us!

I love that upside down shot. Do you remember "The Greta"? :) Geesh. I have to find the camera cord or buy a new one...I have fallen off the ABC along pretty badly.

Nice trip down your blog's Memory Lane!


What a wonderful recap! I remember taking photos of the knitting, but I don't remember my first FO, nor the first time I showed my face. Heh. You've always been so creative with your shoots and seem to have fun with them!

Now, I'd have said your P is for Process....what do I know?! Photos are good, though!

Posing perfectly probably produces predictable pictures. Putting in perambulations and spousal suggestions provides piquancy and fascinating photo postings.

Hee, hee -- my first "fun" FO photo (say that three times fast!) was this one:

One key element is having a Patient Photographer! (Something I don't have, unfortunately. Willing, but not patient enough for more than a couple of quick shots.)

You have definitely mastered the art of the photo shoot. I just discovered Rogue, by the way, having not discovered your blog right away. Love it!

I've always LOVED you photo shoots - you just seem so natural - like you would be if I met you person! Wonderful post Margene!

You're the best at photo shoots!

I think Hanging Vines, and its photo shoot, is my favorite thing of all the items you've knit. Its really stunning.

OMG I can't believe you lay in the snow like that!!! You crazy grrl! ;o)

I always enjoy the photo shoots, too, but I never thought what went into them. Clever grrl!

What a great post! I still don't have great photo shoots. I feel like such a dork when I take FO shots. Of course lately my six year old has been taking the pictures which has made it better. I don't know if the pictures are any better, but the process is more fun!

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