Spent the afternoon at a workshop in the University of Arizona Museum of Art (UAMA) on portrait photography. The instructor was very nice and tried his best to encourage the 15 individuals who attended, but I have to say I learned nothing. Did get to shoot a few pics of one of the attendees - beautiful girl named "Salena" I think - a Canon G9 shooter, who was gracious enough to give my camera a pretty smile.
While the instructor showed the rest of the class how to use fill-flash and adjust depth of field using the aperture settings on their point-and-shoots, I wandered off to find better distractions and stay away from the ab-initio wanna-be's roving lenses. I came across this group of skateboarders practicing their art behind the Museum. They kindly consented to a group portrait.