Monday, January 9, 2012

How to get a good picture in a wax museum

1. First, pose with the wax figure so that the photographer can get the distances and focus correct.
2. Now the photographer must move to the position where the wax figure appears to be looking directly into the camera.
3. Still posing with that wax figure? Okay, now you look directly at the camera, pretend you're posing with a real person, and relax a bit.
4. Take the picture.

Sometimes you can skip step 2.

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