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 ..
My comfort zone is landscapes.
Shooting people pushes my comfort zone though it may not be obvious...
My comfort zone is portraits, what pushes me is people.
My comfort zone is landscape also.
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.
(But, I've got a really inconspicuous Minox 35 )
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
My comfort zone: shooting with 200mm and 105mm.
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.
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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.