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#1 posted 140 days ago
I agree… whatever “effect” you’re using on your pictures, you should stop doing that immediately :)
If the cake wasn’t well made, a cheesy effect doesn’t make it better… and if it was well made, you’d want everyone to see every crisp detail in all it’s clarity…
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