Makeup, manicuring, eye brow waxing and plucking, tanning, women's high heel sandals, teeth correction and highlighting-- we have been talking about preparing for a wedding, right? No, we are referring to preparing a kid for any beauty pageant. You heard it right. They put false teeth in if a young child loses your baby tooth before a competition; they highlight their hair and wax their eyebrows. Worse yet, they defend it. Long before there have been machines to work out on and competitive sports to stay moving and before wars were being fought, man didn't think about conditioning as a way of keeping healthy. He simply knew if he didn't hunt, he wouldn't eat if he didn't run, something would hunt him. They were a down economy that focused simply on survival. The advent of digital photo has truly changed picture taking. Wedding photography has not been immune to this shift. Indeed, just a few decades ago capturing at wedding on film was commonplace. It was the only way to take pictures, after all. But now all that is needed is often a quality camera. Digital wedding photography can make better final photos. They are also with less effort edited after the fact. As opposed to film, wedding photography taken on a digicam is immediately readily available for viewing, emailing, or uploading online. This picture amazingly captures the think layer of clouds on the valley nearby the south of Lake Como, northern Italy. In the above image, the dense cloud hides almost the valley and instead gives off some artificial lights that will make the town just like an opaque blanket. The village over distance is clearly seen from the blanket.