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April 06, 2011

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kellyg

I try to make sure everyone is looking at the camera, that all faces can be seen and nothing is sticking out of anyone's head or other weird things. Then I'll take at least 2 pictures. And when I hand the camera back I usually say something like "Take a look and see what you think." so they know I'm willing to do another.

So hopefully the random stranger pictures i've taken have turned out half way decent.

Heather G.

I'm sorry Tammy had to come home. It's snowing here! I think it's a great photo!!!

Suzy

I always take 3-5 pictures and then give the person I'm photographing the option to delete. And now I'm going to try and get a picture of someone with a tree going out of their head. Thanks for the tip!

Jenn @ Juggling Life

I could have used you today--the full pic makes me look like Beth from Dog the Bounty Hunter.

Life with Kaishon

Every blog friend I have ever met has turned into a real life friend : ) I am glad you could meet someone so sweet!

JCK (Motherscribe)

You may be getting close to a record on meeting up with blogger friends. :0

Manic Mommy

1. I stopped defining that line too. Especially when quoting you guys. It's 'my friend, Jenn/Kathy/Jean/Tracey/Jason/Sue...

2. I was thinking how gorgeous you looked in the photo although your Dog the Bounty Hunter comment was priceless.

3. I (almost) always make sure strangers' pictures look good.

Busy Bee Suz

I always take multiples for people as well...some peeps are just better than others. :)
Sounds like a great visit!!!

Jenrantsraves

To be honest, I usually just take one, and I don't worry that much about how they look. I will have to work on that. But, it would be a little awkward to say "Uh, lady, your sweater is draping across your boob badly".

green girl in wisconsin

I did NOT notice your drape until you mentioned it--I was looking at two happy smiles!

Diane

I'm so glad you got to meet my friend Tammy! She is the lovliest person! I've known her since she used to provide care for my daughter with autism. We've been buddies ever since!

Janet

it's a lovely shot of you both :-) So many of my friends are from my blog...or before that, from chatting!

K

I'm jealous! I've never met a blog friend in real life.

Tammy

It was so great to meet you Jenn! Besides Diane, who I knew before we were bloggers, you are the first blogger I've met in "real" life! I can't wait to go back and visit you. And yes, the weather here really is dreary!

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