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Vacation Photos with a Twist — or What to Do with All Those Pictures of Your Feet
Feet picture slideshow

You can tell a lot about a person yourself by looking at their your feet.

Taking a picture of your feet — as natural as:
… looking both ways before crossing the street
… forgetting someone’s name right after you meet
… skipping over cracks in the asphalt/concrete
… finding yourself outnumbered, and beating a hasty retreat

It’s something almost everyone does. So why not find a use for those toe shots?

Here’s an idea: start photographing your travels, whether exotic or everyday, by photographing all your fancy footwear and the ground it covers.

It’s a new twist on vacation photos or everyday photos. We think you’ll be surprised by how much you can tell by what’s on a person’s feet, and what’s under ‘em

For inspiration, see out hrrrthrrr’s great feet photo movie.

Hrrthrrr’s Fancy Feet Photos Video

p.s. Try our stop motion tutorial for ideas on stringing your photos into video.

p.p.s. Inkjet printing questions? Andrew Darlow is here to help. The 10 best questions win his new book, 301 Inkjet Tips & Techniques. Ask your question in the next 48 hours!

p.p.p.s. Thanks to everybody who entered the Cutest Baby Ever contest! Check out the winners here!


looking down. from hrrrthrrr on Vimeo.

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