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Moveable Feast Pt. 3: the art of laundry photography

[Left] Photographer Kim McMechan tries all angles to capture the perfect laundry shot (Gillianne Richards/CBC) [Middle] Gillianne's picture of laundry flapping in the wind. [Top and bottom right] Clothes drying in the wind and sun (Submitted by Kim McMechan).

Taking a picture is easier these days than ever before.

But if you're not the type that likes to bury their nose in a camera manual, it can be easy to get lost in all the buttons.

Moveable Feast columnist Gilliane Richards recently hit the backroads of Kelowna with local photographer Kim Mcmechan, on a mission to capture people willing to openly air their dirty - and clean - laundry for a photography project.
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