Dad hats aren’t just for dads. This one’s got a low profile with an adjustable strap and curved visor.
• 100% chino cotton twill
• Unstructured, 6-panel, low-profile
• 6 embroidered eyelets
• 3 ⅛” (7.6 cm) crown
• Adjustable strap with antique buckle
• Head circumference: 20 ½″–21 ⅝″ (50.8 cm–53.3 cm)
Looking at yourself and appreciating your worth isn’t always easy. You stare at yourself in the mirror and see all your imperfections. All your shortcomings. All the things you wish to still change about your self. When is it enough? Sure we all deal with these thoughts to different extends. But let me tell you: even the most confident people have their insecurities.
As a photographer, I come across these things way too often and see it with many different people. Wether that’s hidden behind a smile and a joke or just straight up telling me they don’t like the way they look. There’s always a pronounced dislike for something about themselves. It’s a false believe that only you can control. Yes, you.
Is it the way you look on camera or is it just the way you look at yourself? Why is that? A camera doesn’t discriminate. It records exactly what it sees. There’s no purer form of registration. Don’t blame the camera. The camera loves you. And if, for whatever unjust reason, you don’t love yourself then you can change that, of course you can. There are so many things you can change. But the most important thing you can change, is your attitude towards yourself.
I see you.
I see your worth.
You matter, you know that?
You look amazing.
Your ideas are great.
You have value.
Don’t shy away from a little attention ever now and then.
Don’t be afraid of the spotlight.
Don’t think you’re not worth it to be documented. Recorded. Remembered.
Allow yourself to exist.
Take up the space that is you.
The camera loves you.
De Lens Loves You.