She had enough tales of meeting pervy and bizarro men that she just wrote a book about it, called This shot was taken at a networking event.
A girl asked me to take a snap of her, and then offered to return the favor.
The lighting in the room was great — it was at eye level and not overhead, which creates weird shadows. I vignetted the border to take the focus away from the other people sitting around me, but I didn't crop them out entirely because it helps to show that I have a life and I'm out in the world doing things (i.e., not just a full body mirror pic).
A snap of doing something interesting (like this pic of me hiking at Antelope Canyon) is an instant icebreaker.
People who have been there are always excited to share their experience.
People who haven't ask me if this is real, where it is, if I edited the background (I only upped the contrast, but for its 99.99999 percent real).
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