Wet as anything here at the moment, which seriously dampens the urge to go and take photos I have to say! On the plus side it's good for polishing up the illustrator skills and doing a bit of real world painting (with acrylics, mainly).
I tried my hand at yet more people pics at the weekend - something I don't normally do but it was a social event with lots of friends so I wanted to.
I forgot how hard it can be!
Every golden moment of smiles, nods, unconscious poses, groupings etc, vanish in an instant, white balance and hence skin tone becomes far more important and you're constantly trying to get a good angle without being obtrusive. Phew! It's tricky all right.
Anyone got any tips?
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