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Hatch, Sandra L.; Harvey, Sue
October 2005
Quilter's World;Oct2005, Vol. 27 Issue 5, p98
This section offers tips on managing quilt photographs. They include labeling quilt photographs by the date and show, converting quilt photographs in digital format, taking photographs of quilts in different stages, using a scrapbook to document quilts and a new dimension added by technology to the love of photographs.


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