Fun Photo Shoots With My Daughter As The Photographer~ :o)
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Every few months my daughter and I head out seeking fun places to do amazing photo shoots~colorful, cheery, with different poses of me, to see the progress I'm making.
Sometimes we use her cell phone for the photos, or either her digital camera or my own. Maybe one extra vest, shirt or jacket, or a change of jewelry to change the appearace of different images captured. It's amazing to see how much I change in the time between several shoots!
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Have you ever had your pictures get wet, then stick together? For a photographer, the last step in developing pictures is to put them in a water bath. We almost always have many more than one in a bath and they never stick together. This seems counter-intuitive, but find a large container (like a kitty litter box) and clean it thoroughly. Fill it half to two thirds full with regular, cool to cold, tap water. Drop the photos in and walk away. Depending on how long the dried pictures have
been stuck together, they should all have separated within 3 hours. Take the photos out of the water and hang them from a thick string with wood cloths-pins. After they have dried thoroughly, lay them flat and place a book over each photo. Your photos should be like new in less than 24 hours.
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