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Jul 19, 2022 03:09 |  #2896

Getting a few of the boys to smile now. Maverick edits.


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Jul 19, 2022 07:06 |  #2897

Never knew about the pancake thing and football till I shot this young man. They get stacks of pancake stickers on their helmets when they flatten someone from what I understand.


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Aug 17, 2022 15:03 |  #2898

Not quite the results I thought we could get in this location, but the client (Senior's mom! lol) is ecstatic, so I guess we're good to go! lol. Man it was blue blazing hot, even at 8am in the morning when we started!!


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Sep 03, 2022 15:51 |  #2899

Hello Everyone,

Hoping for a bit of guidance. I took a photo of my niece for her Senior yearbook.

The requirements for the photo have me confused regarding the head size.

I have the photo in 9x11 & 300 Pixels per inch but how in the world do you get a head size of 1 inch on a 9x11?

I've attached a photo of the requirements the school provided.

Can anyone provide any guidance?

Thanks!


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Sep 03, 2022 18:00 |  #2900

That looks like they dimensioned a 1.75x2" image, not a 9x11.


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Sep 16, 2022 14:31 |  #2901

Got some sun in Seattle and a friend needed her son's senior portraits done

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