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Old 10-08-2010, 06:35
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Default how to tilt a bow when photographing?

Maybe a funny question but where do you have your bows/flowers placed on the head when they are being worn for pictures? Like at 10 o'clock or ?

Does this make sense LOL
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Old 10-08-2010, 07:13
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Default Re: how to tilt a bow when photographing?

It's never simple when you're the one taking the picture! But I think around 9pmish is great.
and the smaller ones anywhere they pull well since they may be easier to photo than the hefty ones.

Sometimes it does also work well pulling up mini piggies in pony-os first -really high- and then clipping to them because they look super cute when they're on top in pairs. Seems to photo well. But the high ones i prefer only when you do pairs.
just my opinion. I dunno.
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Old 10-09-2010, 12:31
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. But the high ones i prefer only when you do pairs.
just my opinion. I dunno.

Agreed. One on top and you'll end up looking like Bam-Bam or a yorkie puppy.
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Old 10-09-2010, 12:42
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Default Re: how to tilt a bow when photographing?

Lol, my dds' wear their hair parted on the right side, so for us its more like 2:00.
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Old 10-09-2010, 03:19
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Agreed. One on top and you'll end up looking like Bam-Bam or a yorkie puppy.
ha, my poor little one always looks like a yorkie then since the only place she has enough hair to hold a clip in is the top I usually do headbands with her but for the clips, alas yorkie she is
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Old 10-09-2010, 11:20
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ha, my poor little one always looks like a yorkie then since the only place she has enough hair to hold a clip in is the top I usually do headbands with her but for the clips, alas yorkie she is
Your picture looks adorable. Maybe because it's a bigger bow? I just think one bitty bow on top tends to look like a Yorkie...maybe I'm just dreaming it. Who knows! My daughter was born with a head full of hair and now it's to her waist, so we've never had that problem!
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Your picture looks adorable. Maybe because it's a bigger bow? I just think one bitty bow on top tends to look like a Yorkie...maybe I'm just dreaming it. Who knows! My daughter was born with a head full of hair and now it's to her waist, so we've never had that problem!
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