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Practice Persuasion

Using your cell phone or camera, take some photos of a family member or friend. Alter the position of the camera and the framing based on the ideas in the chapter.

Look at the images and see whether they convey different emotions or perspectives to you. Then, show them to someone else and see whether they get the same or different reactions.

Just as a note, don’t ask the person you photographed to critique your photos. They will be too busy worrying about how they look to pay any attention to your photography. For this reason, most talent are not good judges of the programs they are in.

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