“The fact that you’re experiencing life is more valuable than the fear of looking stupid”
Anita Sarkeesian interviews Aundre Larrow, a brooklyn-based photographer, about his best tips on how to take good photos of yourself and your loved ones. Aundre talks brilliantly about how self portraiture (or selfies) can be a significant part of your own healing, your relationship to your body and surrounding, and a meaningful way to document your ever-evolving human experience.
Links and resources from Aundre:
Aundre’s website: https://www.aundrelarrow.com
How to shoot and edit darker skin tones: https://www.instagram.com/tv/BqaXIl_Aotm/ how to video
How to shoot and edit darker skin tones twitter thread: https://twitter.com/aundrelarrow/status/977255014338002946
An interview of me I like: https://thegreatdiscontent.com/interview/aundre-larrow
My tech set up: https://usesthis.com/interviews/aundre.larrow/
Storytelling about formerly incarcerated women: https://www.teenvogue.com/story/formerly-incarcerated-women-womens-prison-association
Trip to the arctic refuge, storytelling about gwich’in: www.thelastexpanse.com
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