Position the cell phone. Snap a pic. I can take a better picture than that.
Reposition the cell phone. 10 more not quite right pictures. Ugh. My arm is tired. If only my arm could reach farther!
Now, will my finger be able to press the photo button without the phone falling?
Selfies are a lot of work for a very doctored "natural" photo.
We all deserve a candid photo showcasing our most photogenic self.
A few years ago, at my cousin's wedding, I was introduced to the wedding 'photo booth' craze.
There were a variety of props, outfits, and signs to choose from.
No picture pressure. Everyone dressed up and looked rediculous. My cheeks hurt from laughing.
I was hooked.
When these pictures surfaced on Facebook, my first reaction was to shield my eyes. Surely, I showed too much teeth and looked a hot mess.
The pictures were amazing. Hello, new Facebook profile picture! The camera had captured my authentic personality.
Photo Booth pictures work.
The first week of school I was the fun and cool teacher. I had my photo booth bin and makeshift fabric background and the students ate it up.
The photo booth bin is now my beginning of the school year ice breaker activity. Student personalities shine through, we laugh a lot, and I get compliments on the photos year round.
In today's Teach Happy Friday Fun episode I help bring photo booth magic to your classroom.
Get ready to see your students in a whole new light!
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P.S. Stay tuned next Friday 9/19. I have a special 'Teachers We Love' interview with Angie Olson from Lucky Little Learners. She is going to teach you the ins and out of Interactive Notebooks. You don't want to miss it!