Learn Proper Horn Placement.
Taking good race photos is a learned art. If you’re still sifting through crappy race pics, fear not; in time, you’ll learn how to deal with these. To start, let’s discuss the art of proper horns in a race photo.
- Stick up your pointer finger and pinky. All your other phalanges should be locked and loaded.
- Tuck in yer thumb. Otherwise, you’re signing to the world that you love them. (It’s OK, we love you, too.)
- If you’re placing your horns atop your head, make sure they’re nice and high. Otherwise, we can’t see past your giant noggin.
- Point your horns up, not forward. Tipping horns look like your head is under attack from a weird rabbit.
- Worried about horn placement? Forget it all and just throw them in the air for all the world to see.
- Own the horns. You are a Bad Angel. Capital B, Capital A.