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Here are the results we got on our demonstrator’s first test (from females, all ages): So, the first pic did awesome!

It scored way higher than any of the pictures he had tested before this shoot.

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We’re just pretending you’re not by yourself in your apartment.) As for where this scene should take place… (Bedrooms read as presumptuous at best; predatory at worst.) The most important element, however, is lighting.If you don’t want to jump into place, you can alternatively buy a remote for your smartphone camera like this one or this one.The plain ‘ol timer method can work just fine, though.Apple announced the newest i Phone, the i Phone X, on Tuesday at its press event in Cupertino, California.

It's pronounced "i Phone ten." You can preorder it on October 27. "No other device in our lifetimes has had the impact on the world that the i Phone has," Apple CEO Tim Cook said.With your setup down-pat, go ahead and take lots photos to ensure you’ve got a few good shots in the bunch.

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