Shooting "posed" people is not really my favorite style of shooting. To my eye, the vast major of posed pictures look "fake", and I like natural. I have said for years, that I do not shoot people. The problems is that statement is not true. I love shooting people doing natural things, catching them going about daily life. Really outdoor, wildlife, landscapes, ect is my primary shooting. Like many others, friends and family have start asking me to shoot them. I recently did 2 shoots for family members and a friend. Of course one of the days it was snowing, the other one they wanted to shoot at noon. I am shooting a D7100 in RAW, I had a SB-700 on, to fill if needed. The "best" lens I have to shoot this style is my 70-300 f4.5-5.6. I did try a few with my 60mm Macro because it is a f2.8. Any feedback would be appreciated.