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Props, poses take first day of school photos to new level
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For Dulgarian’s kids, school starts Aug. 26. Photos will post Aug. 27.

jnpearce@sltrib.com

At a glance

Making back-to-school photos memorable

Pose your child alongside traditional school items such as books, crayons and backpacks.

Shoot a photo of your child at their desk or with their new teacher.

Have your child hold a sign with their grade and year noted.

Take a cameo of your child with ample negative space. Use Photoshop to write the child’s name, age and grade in that space.

Get low — take photos at kids’ eye level.

Source: ClickItUpANotch.com

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Show off your skills and share your first-day-of-school photos with other readers. Just post your pics to instagram with the hashtag #firstday and we’ll display them in our First Day Tribstagram at www.sltrib.com.

Trib Talk: Teenagers and sleep

It’s tough to get adolescents to roll out of bed in the morning, but most schools start the day at the crack of dawn. Join us for a live video chat Tuesday at 11:30 a.m. to discuss school start times and how to balance the physical needs of sleepy teens with after school jobs, homework, extracurriculars and the educational establishment.

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