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When your photos turn into money: How a digital camera helped the fashion industry’s comeback

By: Nadeem AbooshiThis story originally appeared on The Hindu.

The first time I saw this article, I was surprised.

I have seen a lot of pictures of a smartphone or a camera, but never a photo of a photographer.

This was not because I am a bad photographer, it was because I have never seen a photo from an e-commerce company.

I don’t know why this photo was there.

The photo on the left is from a recent fashion event in Delhi.

It is of a woman sitting on a bike with her friend and her husband, sitting in front of a building.

The woman is smiling.

The couple is in a black suit with a white shirt.

The man on the right is wearing a blue dress with a matching white shirt, and his wife is holding a camera.

Both of them are smiling.

They are in a room.

The room is full of people.

The camera is pointed at the woman and her friend.

A couple of people are standing behind them.

They were chatting.

They don’t seem to be paying attention to the woman in the room.

A camera moves across the room and captures the two people in the middle of the room with a shot that is about the same size as the person on the far right of the photo.

It is a photo that is clearly intended for someone else.

It has the quality of a photo taken by a professional photographer, with the background of the two sitting in the same room.

However, it is meant for a consumer, who wants to buy the product, to use it.

It does not have the quality and looks of a professional photo.

A photo of this photo that was taken by an ecommerce company is one of the best examples of a selfie.

The idea behind a selfie is to create a social connection between two people, to create an illusion of intimacy.

It allows for a person to appear to be talking to another person.

The selfie is a selfie because of its quality, not because of any specific person.

The reason a selfie has so much success is because of a phenomenon called selfie effect.

A selfie is an action that is taking place with two people close together, usually in a very intimate setting.

The person who takes the selfie has a camera in their hands, and they take a picture of themselves and then upload it to social media, often to other people, with a caption that says, “This is me.

I took this selfie.

It’s my moment.”

The result is that people share this photo on social media and it creates a selfie effect, which creates a connection between the two individuals.

This can be great for sales, because people want to buy that product.

It can also be great to create excitement around a product, such as a wedding.

But the result is the same, the selfie effect is there.

It was the first time in my life that I had seen a photograph taken by someone in a crowded setting, with people in close proximity, and I thought, “That’s cool”.

It made me laugh.

There is nothing worse than waiting for your photograph to be taken.

The photo that I saw on the top of this post was taken a few months ago, and it is the result of that photo.

The image on the bottom was taken during a recent e-sales event in Bengaluru.

This photo is of an Indian girl standing in front a large crowd of people, wearing a white dress with the same blue shirt as her friend in the picture.

The girl is smiling, her arms crossed and her face is smiling in a relaxed manner.

This is the face of a person who is happy to be in front such a crowd.

When I see pictures of Indian women, I think, “I can do this.”

It makes me feel happy.

When I see photos of Indian men, I feel very happy.

People have the ability to see these people and create this effect, but I think that we can do more to create that effect.

When we think about our friends and family, what are we doing with them?

I see the photos of our parents.

We make plans for holidays and events.

We have a schedule for our friends.

We take pictures with them and we write messages on their phones.

We share our pictures and stories.

We use social media.

We post pictures and videos on Facebook and Twitter.

We put the photographs in magazines and we share our photos.

I wonder if these photos have created a selfie-like effect in us.

This makes me think that these are all very normal things we do.

What we are doing is making our pictures have a certain quality.

The image on top of the post is a picture that my friend shared to her family and friends.

She is smiling and smiling.

It looks like a good picture, but it is not the photo that she took.

The other picture is a video of her smiling.

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