Meet the N Photo team
The team posed together for a photo this issue – so what are their top tips for group shots?
Editor | D800
Make sure you have a freshly-formatted memory card in your camera to begin with: you’ll take a lot of photos, and it’ll be useful if they’re all on one card.
Art Editor | D5100
Try to get everyone wearing a limited selection of colours. With so many faces to look at, you don’t need lots of colours adding to the confusion.
Head of Testing | D7100
Tripods and small children don’t mix! Never leave your camera unaccompanied on a stand when there are small people running around the place.
Wait until everyone’s had time to relax a bit and chat. If you start taking photos straight away, they’ll be less at ease and pose more rigidly.
Lab manager | D800
You have to be bossy, or people will ‘organise’ themselves into all sorts of awkward groups. Make sure the shorter ones come to
the front for the picture!
Nikon Expert | D300s
There are all sorts of lights in homes – yellowy bulbs in particular – and if you shoot in RAW you’ll be able to change the white balance later.