When you find yourself in the other end of the lens, what do you do? Do you make sure that the photo taken turns out well by giving your two cents?
Previously, we asked about candid photos and how us Lomographers put our subjects at ease. For this week though, let us take on a role reversal.
More often than not, those who wield a camera and stay behind the lens choose to do so because they are purely driven with the interest in capturing the world as they see it. But what happens when they become the subject of somebody else’s interest?
Come on now fellow shutterbugs, tell us: when you find yourself in the other end of the lens, what do you do? Do you make sure that the photo taken turns out well by giving your two cents?
Personally, I have the tendency to be a bit awkward when it comes to the camera. As much as I love taking candid photos (or those seemingly so), I have no idea how to translate it on my own, once my spider senses tell me I am within someone’s frame. The only thing I could offer is a big goofy grin.
How do you make yourself comfortable? Do you share your knowledge about photography, or do you let the designated photographer do their thing? Share them below!