You may have noticed how few pictures of myself I've posted on this blog. That's probably partially the reason why it isn't particularly popular. People like to look at pictures and outfit photos, I get that. I'm just really bad at being there when pictures are being taken, and I tend to get super figety and awkward in front of the camera, since the situation requires me to hold the same pose and facial expression for a whopping few seconds. That's REALLY challenging for me.
If there's an inofficial meetup, I don't go to the people with cameras to ask for photos, I also don't carry my camera around to give to other people to take photos of me. The most likely way to get a snapshot of me (apart from being a smudged red-black blotch in the background of someone else's picture) is at a larger meetup where there's an actual moment reserved for photos, and I can't really escape. I don't think I photograph too badly, really, I just find the whole situation really intimidating. I never know what to do with my hands and which expression to have, so I'm all over the place, usually goofing around.
I don't think my outfits and coordinations are so immensely amazing that they have to be caught on camera - old school and toned-down gothic just aren't very popular right now, and people would rather get 10000 pictures of someone's super-complicated construction, which is understandable. I just can't get into a mindset where I think I NEED to be photographed.
Maybe I should. I used to be in plenty of photos, and used to be very proud of my coordinations. Still, I don't think I'll ever be a "mirror photo of my daily outfit" -kinda blogger.
But I can try and promise you to post at least more pictures, when they do get taken.