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    comfort zone .. what's yours ?

    its not a trick question ..

    whats your comfort zone?



    i have a background in architecture and city planning, so i guess that's mine ..


    i don't mind photographing people and talking to strangers, although it is hard for me ..

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    My comfort zone is landscapes.

    Shooting people pushes my comfort zone though it may not be obvious...

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    My comfort zone is portraits, what pushes me is people.

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    My comfort zone is landscape also.

    Jeff

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    Landscape, macro, etc... People shooting ok, if I've known them for a while. Otherwise, meh...

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    My 'lack of comfort zone' is people. I'm not very gregarious. My idea of hell is pulling my head from under the dark-cloth and finding I've got an audience. Especially if they are tittering. It happens...

    Consequently with big cameras I tend to photograph very, very remote landscapes. Not easy to find in the middle of the UK.
    I don't particularly like landscapes that much - I just don't like being the centre of attention.
    Or tittering.

    (But, I've got a really inconspicuous Minox 35 )
    Steve

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    My comfort zone? Motorsport. You put me in front of a car race with a long lens and auto focus and shutters will be going ratta tat tat in no time

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    My comfort zone: shooting with 200mm and 105mm.

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    My comfort zone? How about anything BUT wedding or something similar, where clueless people trys to boss me around or when you meet some really unorganized people. But I still do it occasionally.
    - Derek
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    Comfort zone is in the middle of nowhere shooting a landscape. I'd be really uncomfortable doing street work, taking pictures of strangers going about their business is not for me.

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