Thursday, August 02, 2012

act natural

Okay, okay, so I need to work on my coaching skills with the models.  I took a pic of some Japanese students, who barely speak any English, and tried to get them to shout "Kizuna!"  It means strong bond, and that is the theme of their trip.  It worked okay.  But when I passed within earshot of them taking pictures of each other, do you know what they said?  "One, two, three!"  Go figure!

7 comments:

lime said...

is there a japanese word for "cheeeze?" hehehehe

imac said...

One thing wrong in this photo my friend ......
She has the WRONG camera,lol.

Just retuned from 2 weeks cruise around the Baltics

Denise said...

What a hoot, it's been ages since a visit and here I get a tongue sticking out, lol. Thanks for stopping by a while ago Craver and sorry it's taken me so long to catch up.

Jackie said...

Typically human reaction to seeing a camera. We all do this.
Why? Dunno....but how cute is this photo!! :)))
Hugs,
J.

Craver Vii said...

Ha!! If I knew their word for cheese, I wonder if they'd know that it's the photographer's cue for synchronized smiling, Lime. Growing up (in an hispanic family) the joke was to say cheese in Spanish. We'd say "queso," and emphasize the second syllable, so that our faces were making the long O sound.

Around these parts, it seems like the Canons outnumber the Nikons 2 to 1, Imac. But I only know of one other friend with a Pentax. Hey, I'm looking forward to seeing your Baltic pics!

So good to see you, Denise! Yes, I have been negligent in making my rounds, too. It's not that I don't want to, but I have had quite a lot on my plate lately.

Jackie, I think I have more than one photo of this same gal, sticking her tongue out at me. When my kids were babies, I used to grab their tongues if they stuck them out. My younger daughter, especially. (sigh) She turned 19 this week. My, how time flies!

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