Saturday, 5 February 2011

Bricks And Stones

When having their photograph taken some sitters never quite know what to do with their hands (short of sitting on them). A very frequent fault, and one that usually betrays the agitation of the sitter, consist of tangled digits. Even more orderly clasped hands are apt to be disagreeable. The hands should be posed in such a manner that the individual digits are clearly defined. When posing, the sitter should imagine that they are clutching, no, wearing a holed house-brick - like a knuckle-duster - on each hand.

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