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If you have a digital camera, you’re probably already familiar with downloading them onto your PC. If you’re taking traditional film pictures, you’ll need to scan the photos into your PC using a scanner – click here for more info on that.

Also, once the picture is on your computer, you’ll probably want to do some simple image editing to remove any unwanted bits – like we removed the base of our stool and the guy holding it up from our fake UFO pic (see here…).

All we did was copy and paste some of the railings and sky next to the stool over the base of the stool and the guy holding it, to make it look like only the UFO was there. It’s easy enough to do, and you’ll need some image editing software to do it – click here to find out more.

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