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Picture Perfect Tips for taking better pictures, using photo editing softwares.

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Old 10-25-2011, 07:15
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Okay, got it, that makes sense, I know it looked big, but just wasn't sure what angle you took the pic from.
Great idea and plan, this makes it look so easy.
Thanks so much for sharing,
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I made it big enough so that I could lean my head/hand in and take a picture. I also made it big enough so that I could photo the skirts and shirts I make.

I think you can leave the top open and cover all the sides. The reason I did not do it that way was because I am too short. I would have to have it on the floor.....which is then accessible to the kids....bad..bad...

You can also add an incline so whatever you are photographing is in a better angle.
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Thank you so much for sharing this! I would really like to make this. I am always having to go outside to take good pics.
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Old 10-26-2011, 08:10
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Thank you so much for sharing this! I would really like to make this. I am always having to go outside to take good pics.

Ditto that! Thanks a bunch!!! I've been thinking about something like this since winter is quickly approaching here, but wasn't sure how to go about it. Guess I have my weekend project, lol! Thanks again!
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I sooo need to take time to do this. Thanks for sharing!
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Silly question coming up... does it have to be Kona cotton?
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Old 10-26-2011, 02:54
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That is clever! I've been thinking about making me a light box, I think I will try something like this. Thanks for sharing.
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Its funny that you mentioned this because I was just about to send the hubby to the store for some BOXES. This looks nicer. Great job and thanks for posting.
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Silly question coming up... does it have to be Kona cotton?
No it doesnt have to be Kona cotton...thats just what I had in my pile. Just find the cheapest white cotton you can find. YOu could probably even cut up an old white sheet.
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Looks like I will be putting my husband to work to make me one. Thanks for sharing!
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I was just thinking about this today... Purchasing one of eBay but I think I'll try my hand at making one instead. Thanks for sharing!
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