I just wanted to start a thread to discuss when we shoot people on the back: the effective scenarios, the principles to follow, the guidelines to remember, etc. Gurus out there, please feel free to contribute. Just to start the ball rolling, let's begin by viewing the attached JPG and start from there. N.B. The photographer of this photo is withheld for the moment so we can discuss this more objectively. For those who know her(him), please do not reveal.