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Earlier today, I was testing out the lighting setup for a corporate portrait session. A friend of mine asked me if I could photograph her because she needed a new professional photograph for her LinkedIn profile. While setting up the lighting, we talked about how much we hate it when someone takes a photograph of us. Ironic... I know.
So, I wanted to demonstrate how "easy" it was to take your own picture with my iPad that I use as a remote. When I pressed the timer, I looked deep in the camera with a strong "blue steel" poker face. And at that moment... I burst out in laughter. Who was I fooling? It felt really uncomfortable.
C A M E R A D E T A I L S
|Camera||Sony A7 MARK II|
|Lens||Canon 50 mm USM L f/1.4|
Anyway, when I checked the photograph, I realized there aren't that many photographs of me where I genuinely laugh, or laugh at all. And... at the end of writing this post, I'm asking myself why I'm posting this?