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My gf (now ex)...my final picture edit

 
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Feb 07, 2014 13:05 |  #16

I think you should STOP editing pictures of your ex-girlfriend.

My ex-wife was once screwing me over on totally BS stuff. I had to get a lawyer and build a ginormous case just to prove innocence. A few days before court, we backed off. I sooooo wanted to go after her for making up crap. My lawyer told me that I should just cut my losses and move on. If I engage her in a counter-litigation, it will only mean that it will take me longer to move on from her, and she will still be in my head, despite her being gone forever. I decided to take that advice and just cut my losses and keep it moving.

I am now extremely happy in life, and couldn't care less about her. The point being, you should not be spending your time doing anything related to her. Try to pick up and move on. Life is full of adventures!


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Feb 07, 2014 13:19 |  #17

you are young and in college, go find yourself some hot college girls to shoot. offer up free senior portraits, tell them you are building your portfolio.

heck pay some $50 and really get creative :)

you are way to young to be worrying about this stuff.


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Feb 07, 2014 13:34 |  #18

professorman wrote in post #16671342 (external link)
I think you should STOP editing pictures of your ex-girlfriend.

This. very much so.
I had lots of "raw" photos that I tried to hold on to. When I finally let them go it was a weird sense of relief.




  
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Feb 07, 2014 16:51 |  #19

I have thousands of RAW photos that would be good to still edit...but I have more to replace those already, so I can move on :) You're right, I'll post my new edit here soon when I get it figured out (New edit of a new person)


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