Yes, with my first two Corgi pals, Watson & Tinsel, I took took thousands of pictures of them over our ten years together. I took lots of them because I loved those two and because digital "film" is cheap.
About a year ago I got to looking though all of those pictures and reminiscing and discovered something awful. I discovered that of all those pictures gathering electron dust on my computer's hard drive, only about three of them were of Watson &Tinsel and me together. How could I have not realized that I needed to turn the camera around and include all of us? I could have cried at my mistake. I have pictures of them at home, on the coast, playing, playing with other people, posing, even some nice little videos. But only three pictures of the three of us together, and none were especially good shots showing three smiling faces.
So today I set up my camera on the tripod, grabbed the remote shutter release and glommed onto Gromit and fired off a few frames. That's not as easy as it sounds either, he's a big guy and isn't used to being picked up and despite my best efforts he refused to look at the camera. It's clear that successful Corgi / Human pictures will take some work on my part.
Amazingly, it appears that I was doing it again with Gromit. That is, I have not been getting shots of us together; a quick search showed that today's shots are only the second or third shots I've got of the big, hairy guy and I and he'll be 2 years old next month. I'm going to purposely be an ego maniac once in a while now and take more pictures of he and I when the opportunity arises. Memories begin in the present.