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How to Crop Photos for Social Media: Parents Edition, Part 2

Jun 6, 2016

By now, we all know that social media profiles are an illusion, built on half-truths and magical thinking. But should that prevent you from playing the same game? No. It should not. Make sure everyone you know (and a bunch of people you don't know) think you have your life together in a way that is gut-wrenchingly unattainable with careful cropping of your family photos!

If you haven't seen Part 1 of this series, please check it out for additional examples. 


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