When you take a picture of someone or a group of someones, do you take a full-body picture, or try to get closer in (torso and up)?
I was going through some pictures from over the summer and almost every single picture that I posed for (basically the only ones I wasn't taking myself), it is a full-body shot...and I'm not talking about posing in front of something that you try to get all of in the background or where there are 50 people that you are trying to fit everyone in...I'm talking about something like a family gathering where someone says "let's get a picture of you and Jim Bob together" so you and Jim Bob pose and the camera is just as focused on your feet as it is your face. I would much rather a closer-up picture where you can actually see the face of the people in the picture.
Why, oh why do people do this?
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