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How to Get Your Camera Back When You Lose It

Most of us photographers have a few ‘worst nightmare scenarios’. One of them is losing our cameras.

Andrew McDonald has a strategy just for you that will increase the chance of getting your camera back. He took the following series of images and leaves them on his camera so that anyone who finds it and scrolls through his pictures will see them.

Enjoy.

Hello1.jpg

You-Must-Have-Found-My-Came1.jpg

thankyou1.jpg

Unless1.jpg

But-Ill-Assume.jpg

I-Probably1.jpg

Like-on-a-Train1.jpg

Or-At-The-Post-Office1.jpg

Or-In-My-Dog1.jpg

Well-Probably1.jpg

I-dont-even.jpg

Nothing1.jpg

Anyway-Thanks.jpg

We-Have-Such1.jpg

One-Time.jpg

Bath1.jpg

Sorry.jpg

Anyways-Can-you-email.jpg

I-Will-Be-Relived1.jpg

And-Will-Probably-Hug2.jpg

Unless-You-Have-Personal1.jpg

Or-You-Are-Remembering1.jpg

In-Which-Case1.jpg

OK-Go-Email-Me1.jpg

And-I-Will-Go-Wait1.jpg

Thanks to Andrew for allowing us to share these images.

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Darren Rowse
Darren Rowse

is the editor and founder of Digital Photography School and SnapnDeals.

He lives in Melbourne Australia and is also the editor of the ProBlogger Blog Tips. Follow him on Instagram, on Twitter at @digitalPS or on Google+.

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