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Sunday, September 20, 2009

Self portrait

Roof of the SF Moma, Reflection of Tomate Farcie, 2009

At times, I play with the idea of "coming out" on the blog, on Facebook or wherever else Tomate Farcie hangs-out on line.

Just to be clear, by "coming out," I mean "post a picture of myself." ;)

There used to be a small picture of me back in the beginning of this blog's history, but it was hosted on a forum that longer exists. So... this Tomato went back into hiding by default.

Now I wonder if it's time to put it back up.

What do you think?



(By the way, does anybody out there know CSS? I've made a real mess of my photoblog template and could really use some help trying to fix it up so I can continue posting stuff to it. Thanks.)

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16 Comments:

Anonymous Brad said...

Congrats on the self portrait - that's a good one! The only one I've put up is shooting the mirrored ceiling of an elevator with a bunch of other photogs in it...

Recent trip to Moma? See the Avedon and Japanese Post-war photographer exhibitions?

7:43 PM  
Blogger Le Piou said...

C'que t'es mince... ;-)

8:58 PM  
Blogger Tomate Farcie said...

Brad: YES!!!! I loved the Avdeon exhibit!! Didn't the Japanese post-war photographers exhibition, though. Thanks for the compliment, lucky shot I guess :)

Le Piou: don't you believe it, the camera adds 10 pounds ;)

10:13 PM  
Blogger claude said...

Wouaouh ! T'es vachement mince !!!!

12:56 AM  
Blogger Otir said...

I personally like it when I have seen pictures of people I read, it's more like meeting them a little more deeply. But it does not prevent me from going on reading people I like and enjoy when they have never shown themselves anywhere.

5:59 AM  
Blogger AphotoAday said...

Yes -- definitely lets see your mug!
(as long as I don't have to show mine)

7:21 AM  
Blogger Voix said...

I think we must be opposites. I love posting pictures of myself. I think you should totally show us your face.

9:09 AM  
Blogger from cali said...

Sure, why not? :-)

1:11 PM  
Blogger Tomate Farcie said...

uh, oh... how am I gonna weasel my way out of this one, I wonder ... ;)

1:37 PM  
Blogger Patty said...

The self portrait is nice, but we can't really see you.

1:21 PM  
Blogger √ Abraham Lincoln said...

Well, yes, this is a neat photo. I wish I could see more since we have known you for ages or since Modblog.

I think it was there.

I might be able to help you with your photo blog. Let me know. I went there and saw it and it is a Blogger template. What do you want to change?

2:17 AM  
Anonymous Anthony said...

What do I think? It all depends on how you value your anonymity. I still remember when you almost stopped blogging because you realized some people (you know) may have been aware of your online activity... Anyway, I would say go for it: put your picture! Totally anonymous blogs tend to be EXTREMELY uninspiring... except yours! ;-)

7:09 AM  
Anonymous Brad said...

Well..... I went for it and "came out" yesterday...

http://www.flickr.com/photos/34262722@N00/3951196301

Wasn't so bad...

BTW, the two new SFMOMA photography exhibitions are pretty neat. Check 'em out if you can...

Was great comparing the Postwar Japanese show with the concurrently running and adjacent Photography Now: China, Japan, Korea exhibition. The later is contemporary and totally tame compared to the energetic high-contrast, big-grain, nuclear-winteresque style of Daido Moriyama and others in the Postwar group. I'm a Daido-head at heart...

7:23 PM  
Anonymous vilay said...

Pas mal mais ne pourrais-tu pas demander à quelqu'un de te prendre en photo?

9:59 AM  
Blogger buzzgirl said...

Baby steps...

4:05 PM  
Blogger MmeBenaut said...

Lovely photo and mystery is a wonderful thing but I figure that if I can post photos of this old gal then a sweet young thing like you should be able to wing it! Go for it!

4:38 AM  

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