This_discussion on having to take photos of people (for photojournalistic reasons) who do not want their photo taken and therefore behave in oddest fashions which will definitely lead to getting unflattering photos taken in the end made me think of these few photos that I also took during last weekend's swim meet, and to me they are some fine examples of how nice photos can turn out if the subjects don't put up a fight with the camera, but just let things happen (or even pose a little). These three examples were no "sniper pics", though, of course, I also took many a portrait while the photographed persons did NOT realise they were being photographed in that moment. (On events such as this one, I make it my task not to photograph them in unflattering poses, ever, and if it should happen their photo doesn't show them at their best, it won't get published or even goes into the bin). Torben Andreas (not my husband! Another Andreas! There are many Andreases around! ) Alexander Yes. He wanted to be in "The Thinker"-pose . Mind you, none of these were planned portrait photography. I had my camera, no more, and my main task was to cover that swim meet, not to take people's portraits. But I did that, too, when the situation arose, because people photography is great fun!