I have this problem, it is known in some circles as “helium hand”. It is a condition that rears it’s ugly head in group situations. The irrepressible need to “give back”, when volunteers are requested – the helium in the hand causes the hand to raise itself above the head and get you into trouble.
This malady of mine has resulted in me signing up to teach a class this weekend for the Atlanta Knitting Guild my guild. Now, this guild is full of highly skilled and experienced knitters and I am pretty sure I don’t have much of anything to teach them with regards to knitting – which is why I have elected to offer a class on photographing your knitting. Woo Hoo.
I have a lot of pretty good idea of what I am going to talk about, but I thought I would pop up a question here and see if the internet peanut gallery had any advice. If you were to take a photographing your knitting class – what kind of information would you be looking to get out of the experience? What would you want to learn? What is it that I may have forgotten to include in my class?
If you could share I would be most grateful!