If you can’t say something nice, don’t say anything at all. It’s never a good idea to take an argument with your partner public. It’s even less of a good idea to continue the argument where everyone you know can see. Even simple things, out of context can seem huge. Aside from embarrassing your partner, you’re inviting others to recognize a potential weakness in your relationship. Does your ex really need to know about that fight over the remote control?
No matter where you are traveling, you are probably going to want to take some sun screen. Keeping your sunscreen on a lanyard will make certain that you can reapply it whenever you have to.
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1) Choose 12 photos that you think are worthy of your calendar. Try to choose photos that are special to the person you’re giving the calendar to. These can be snapshots of the two of you together, family photos, vacation pictures, or even photos of some of their favorite things. You can even choose a theme for the calendar and try to find photos that are in line with the chosen theme like “Jamie’s Favorite Things” and choose random photos 12 things that the person loves. If the calendar is going to be a birthday gift, for example, the theme can be “12 years of Birthdays” and you can include 12 different photos throughout the years of the person on their special day.
Remember, your wedding day is all about you and your new husband. Complicated backgrounds in your photos distract the viewer’s attention away from you. Keep backgrounds as simple as possible. Interesting and creative photographs are what distinguishes the professional photographer from “Uncle Dave”. ‘Uncle Dave” will save you money and his holiday pictures are probably great but don’t rely on him to shoot your wedding. Your photographer will always be looking for interesting angles, climbing trees and lying down a lot is pushing a bit, but you are paying him a lot of money for creative and interesting photographs.
EVIL stands for Electronic Viewfinder Interchangeable Lens. Unlike the DSLR camera it doesn’t have a through the lens optical viewfinder which is probably one of the main reasons why DSLR cameras are so big. Like DSLR cameras, you have the ability to change lenses.
At any craft store you’ll find miniature clothes pins that are perfect for holding your photos. Glue the clothes pins onto the dowel leaving spaces between them. Glue some of the pins facing to the right and some facing the opposite direction. This way, you can display photos down each side of the dowel rod.
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