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If you've ever babysat, parented, or pretty much existed within the general vicinity of a child for more than two minutes, you probably know that babies cry for the most nonsensical reasons. So do parents using Snapchat, who take that 24/7 baby-documenting that social media moms and dads are notorious for to a whole new level. They take a picture of their kid crying, they caption it with exactly WHY they're crying, share the picture, and boom. Instant hilarity. This is why people get convinced that babies and drunk adults are the same. Hey, you've got to let them teethe somehow, right? To be fair, waiting for freshly baked things to cool down is pretty much the worst. If it's a single-digit AM number, I'd be like this too. Imagine all the possibilities if you COULD though. He's not REALLY bad. Just a little misunderstood, right? Cue that 'Game Of Thrones' chant: "Shame! Shame! Shame! Shame!" It's okay. She's going to be grateful she didn't when she's older. I'd probably collapse on the floor too. The freakin' PRESIDENT! Hey, it doesn't mean he can't be upset! I feel like a LOT of little girls think they can marry their dads. I know some grown men that would cry because of this too. I appreciate how easy it is to entertain kids. "Here's a tampon." I like that he's all ready with his little fork too. Okay, but this picture actually made me want a pet lobster. Go away, brother! You're ruining the ambiance! This girl just needs to grab control of her life. AND her fork for that matter. So have you been around a little one who cried for stupid reasons? Or maybe YOU were that little one? I know my dad always reminded me of the first time he shaved off his mustache. I cried for hours because he didn't look like my dad anymore! @VIPFreak2NE1 @YumiMiyazaki @TurtleyTurtles @AlexTalley @atmi @CelinaGonzalez @iixel @humairaa @LysetteMartinez @drummergirl691 @ZoilaObregon @AnimeFan4Evr @SarahRegulski @poeticandfunny @tokyo514 @Outcastname @RachelParker @FrankilliMambo @EasternShell @supbroscene @Baoyi @VeronicaArtino @YunBao @buddyesd @HandsomeBacon
How To Manage Construction Progress Photos
How To Manage Construction Progress Photos For builders and other construction trades, COVID-19 has made things tough. Companies want to make sure that their workers are healthy and as safe as possible, but at the same time, the clients want to be informed. Aside from the insurance liability issues, site visits are not as desirable as they were before. So how can a company show the work in progress? Dallas construction photography can give builders and other site services a way to show their work, and store it for later use in promotional videos and advertisements. When it comes to marketing content, original graphics and photos outperform stock content that anyone can download from the internet. Taking the Best Shots While you can DIY your photos if you have enough know-how about shutter speeds, exposure, and other camera techniques, it makes sense to have a professional step in to do ground shots and even aerial photography. The professionals know the best angles and even the right time of day and conditions to shoot. One good way to figure out what you want is to look over some stock photography sites or search for construction site shots on Google and plan out the ground photos and aerials that you want to showcase your job site. Tips for Success: Hiring a Photographer Not every photoshoot is the same, and there are companies that specialize in photography for the construction industry. These companies will have a portfolio online and ready to view. The more experienced the Dallas construction photography company, the better your photos and videos will turn out. While you can shave a few dollars off the job using a less experienced photography company, the shots will not look as good, and it might take a longer period of time or more money to get the look you want. Tips for Success: Style When showcasing your progress on the site, you might not need a photographer every day, but you ought to keep a record of what you're doing. Enough photos taken over a space of time can create a timelapse montage that can run from site clearance and grading to the interior finishing touches. It all depends on how far you go in documenting your work. One advantage of hiring a photographer that specializes in construction is that they're not afraid of heavy equipment or getting their shoes dirty. They have enough sense to show up in work boots and get up close and personal with your equipment and crew to produce not only informative but aesthetically pleasing shots. Consider Professional On-Site Photography an Investment Investing in photography and videography for your company is a smart move. Having a portfolio to show your clients promises a level of service and involvement that's needed in a highly competitive field. Client reviews ought to glow with praise for keeping them up-to-date on their project, whether it's a dream home, office block, or industrial site. Look for experienced professionals to get the showcases that your company needs and your work deserves.