Prime Minister Narendra Modi is in the midst of another international tour, one that will take him through France, Germany and Canada. As always, he has been urging foreign businessmen to make in India, dressing impeccably, and sending excitable members of the Indian diaspora into a frenzy.

And like he did when he visited Australia in November, he retains his enormous talent for always knowing where the camera is. Even when he's not looking at the machine, he knows where it is located.

These photos from his trip to France and Germany make that clear.

This one at a round-table discussion on infrastructure with French chief executive officers, Modi, as he always seen, is looking bang at the camera. Via Reddit.

Modi taking selfies with aerospace students in Toulouse. Photo credit: Press Information Bureau.

At the World War I Memorial at Neuve-Chapelle, Modi looks at a closed-circuit television camera. Photo credit: Berin Nireb via Facebook.

Modi and Chancellor of Germany Angela Merkel at the inauguration of the India Pavilion at the Hannover Fair. Photo credit: Azhar Khan via Facebook.

Outside the Hannover Fair. Photo credit: Nadeem Khan via Facebook.

Modi being given a memento in Berlin. Photo credit: Press Information Bureau.

With businessmen. Photo credit: Fekubook via Facebook.

Modi talking to a French minister like he's talking to a television anchor. Photo credit: Faisal Awan via Facebook.

Just as a reminder that he doesn't only do this on foreign trips, here's a classic from the end of March. Photo credit: gkhamba via Twitter.

There's little doubt that he'll fare just as well in Canada.