Family photo-shoot gone wrong and the internet is exploding
Family photo-shoot gone wrong and the internet is exploding

What would you do if your paid family photo shoot turned into a ghost party? Pam Dave Zaring, took it on the bright side and turned it into a fountain of giggles. According to Pam, she paid for a family photo shoot to a photographer who claimed to be a pro. The photographer was met with a harsh light and did not know how to handle the shadows, so she just blurred them off. As an excuse, she told the family that 'her professor never taught her to retouch photos'. If you wanna see what that looks

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