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(Mother Nature Network)   The trick to taking a clear photo of your dinner in a restaurant without using a flash. Because the whole world needs to know what you're eating, which chef prepared it, and how you like it   (mnn.com) divider line 6
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2012-11-01 12:35:09 PM
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Sometimes I take a pic of my food before I even bring it home....

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2012-11-01 12:30:35 PM
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The thing I don't get is people who take pictures of their beers that I pour. I mean, I understand that you're very excited about purchasing a pint of Pliny and you have to let all your beer geek friends know or else it won't taste as good, but seriously, that picture is just going to look like a glass of generic beer. We don't even have really nice glassware.
2012-11-01 12:09:53 PM
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Asshole!
2012-11-01 11:52:22 AM
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2012-11-01 11:41:20 AM
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Where is the picture of the 4 assholes each taking a photo of their meal?

I came here for that....im really let down...ill be at the bar, sulking.
2012-11-01 11:35:10 AM
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Quasar: Yes, a bright quick flash is much more distracting than having that same exact light on for minutes at a time while you maneuver yourself around to take a picture of that ham sandwich you ordered.


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