Locked down at home there are only so many things to photograph, so I was recently practicing self portraits. This askew shot turned out pretty well, despite the alignment. I shot it on my Sony a7RM3 with the 70-200/4 G lens and trusting the eye autofocus. I haven’t yet mastered the manual focus self portrait with classic lenses.
It’s only recently that I’ve realized that photos that aren’t technically perfect — pristinely composed, focused and lighted — can still be visually interesting. Perhaps portraits are like people in that the slightly off-kilter ones can often be the most interesting.