They take direction great, as long as you tell them to not move. They also 
don't get bored as you fiddle with the lights

On October 5, 2018 9:00:36 AM PDT, "Dale H. Cook" 
<radiot...@plymouthcolony.net> wrote:
>At 11:09 AM 10/5/2018, Bill wrote:
>
>>It would be cool to photograph them as portrait subjects rather than
>as products.
>
>Given their unchangeable expressions and limited mobility that might be
>difficult. They don't take direction well. :-)
>
>Dale H. Cook, many years as 35mm SLR photographer,
>now Pentax K-70 w/ Pentax-DA 18-270mm walking-
>around lens or SMC Pentax-A 50mm/f2 lens 
>
>
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