Monday, September 17, 2012 - 09:15
The human face is a funny thing. We each have one, most of us talk to one - apart from our own - each day and most of us gauge a response to what we say and what we do by looking at faces around us.
I mention this because on pretty much every course we run we discuss the human face. How we light, how we frame, how we angle, of course all these are important. But there is one far more fundamental, far more relevant reason why it comes up in our training.