Apparently I have sowed a sea of confusion in my last blog about photos. Let me explain. It occured to me as I was going down the membership pages and looking at people, a set of patterns were emerging. (Either that, or I had taken too much of my diabetic medicine that morning)

The photos broke down into these categories:

1. Authors--Head shots. Many from the upper shoulders and head. No backgrounds.
A goodly number have the author posing in a slight angle.

2. Agents-- many setting behind desks. Dressed 'professionally.'

3. Critics -- Ninety percent women. Half of the person in the pose. Dressed either
very consevatively, or with a distinct 'flair' or personality.

4. Readers-- full shots. Usually outdoors and surrounded by animals and or
inside and with family.

Now, how's that for Profiling! Take the test. Just go through the members pages and mentally make a choice before reading their bio's. Of course it's not 100% accurate. But statistically rather high.

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Comment by Kathleen M Puckett on February 14, 2009 at 1:01pm
I'm busted!
Comment by Clair Dickson on February 12, 2009 at 5:29am
I'm an author, but mine's not a photo. Where does that fall? Though, admittedly, I did make the figure have similar features to me.
Comment by Pepper Smith on February 12, 2009 at 3:15am
Hmm. Well, mine's a half shot, outdoors with an animal, but I'm an author. Then again, I never did fit really well into categories anyway.

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