Well, I discovered that placing Miyoshi on my computer desk and using the window as a backdrop works quite well. I can place the tripod and sit in the chair to compose. Being over 150 years of age, my poor knees don’t work like they used to when I was only 100 years old. But, being as how these dolls’ faces attract dust and have built in flaws, when I process the photographs I have to do extensive spot removals of imperfections and dust. Well, I use Lightroom. That program gets slower and slower with each update. I click on the spot removal tool and then wait for the computer to catch up. It did not use to be like this. I am saving money to upgrade my desktop computer but in the meantime, processing photos with the spot removal tool is just not worth the hassle.
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