I don't steal pictures and cut them up or anything like that. We have a "prints-in-seconds" kiosk at my store, which prints outs the pictures right at the machine so people don't have to wait. The paper that the pictures are printed on comes in big rolls, so after the image is transferred to the paper the machine cuts it into a 4x6. When the a picture gets cut from the roll, it cuts a strip off that falls down into a bin inside the kiosk. Each strip is composed of the top of one picture, the bottom of the next picture and a white space in between, and these are what I've been using.
I Turn These:
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