Photoshoot Bloopers & Outtakes [Round 6]

It’s time again. Time to look behind the painted glass at what it really looks like for a vintage blogger to get her weekly outfit photos. From battling wind and rain to the frustrations of passing traffic and the general public walking in and out of shot (how dare they!), there’s a lot of ways a blogshoot to go wrong…and that’s without taking into account my face. Oh, my poor face. Let’s laugh at it.

12 thoughts on “Photoshoot Bloopers & Outtakes [Round 6]

  1. I still say you don’t look half as bad mid-talk as I do… I guess one day I’m going to have to prove it, but when your own boyfriend nearly cries with laughter about how awful you look in certain photos… I did make a kind of resolution that I’d think about doing a blooper post this year, you’re spurring me on… But I don’t think my caption skillz would be as good as yours!


    • I think blooper reels definitely help remind people bloggers are just normal people who are often no more photogenic than the average person, lol. Plus, they’re just downright funny!


  2. YAY! Fantastic all the way through! Damn those cars trying to drive on roads! Though I share the frustration – you could find the most private of places and only when you start snapping pics, PEOPLE AND CARS SHOW UP! Arg!


    • That is ALWAYS the way! There’s quite a few quiet places near me where I could potentially take my tripod to shoot uninterrupted, but omg it’s so embarrassing if you’re there alone and then people begin to come by walking their dogs and wondering wtf you’re doing.


  3. I’m so glad I’m not the only girl doing a double thumbs up with a derpy expression! Where does that come from?! I never made a conscious choice to start making double thumbs up a thing?


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