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Finally...after months of looking at the package- of getting my lighting umbrellas out & setting them up. Still need to mount my magnetic white board to the wall, but the lighting & photography of Bridge looks much better.
Set up. I know not what I'm doing so...Any advice on how to set this up would be appreciated.
Wow..love that setting! Man you live in poster paradise! Ps are these real umbrellas??
I agree. She was so beautiful...David said:Yeah well, if there was a guarantee that the 1958 Kim Novak was going to turn up on my doorstep then I'd keep it the same, otherwise...
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