When the subject and the direct or indirect object refer to the same person, a reflexive pronoun is appropriate. After a preposition, we use a reflexive pronoun only if there is some clear relationship between the subject and the prepositional object.
With my new mobile, I can take pictures of myself.
I saw him looking at a photo of me.
I like looking at photos of me (/myself).
I cannot understand the fuss (that others make) about me.
I am not going to ask my boss for (his) promotion of me.
(That last sentence would probably be produced as: I am not going to ask my boss to promote me.)
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