I can also decorate photo's for you. I did this one up to post on Facebook 11 004 (2).jpg
My Tips for a good photo to see those squinter lines...
1) place test on white paper
2) set camera or phone to macro which is for up close photos
3) try to have the test in natural light, no shadows
4) I found with some tests like the FER's (as used in the above photo) that there is a plastic line right behind your test result section. This can often show up if you were like me and held the test up to the light. After you take a photo *no later then 10mins* take the test apart and lay the strip on some white paper and take another photo.
Here's you first test for you to check lol. Photo was taken within the time limit. I know you're not supposed to pull them apart, but hey, I couldn't resist. First pic is the original, second is one I have tinkered with. I would appreciate your opinion
Thanks for that. The line is slightly easier to see IRL - I couldn't take a good pic. In any case, I'm off to the docs this morning for a blood test so fingers crossed it's positive
Good luck Happychick
Have a play with this, tests are from 10-13 dpo I am 14dpo today with af due today or tomorrow
Thanks for that!
Here is the same test but now the last one is dry not sure if that helps you figure out what that line is
Nope nothing there on that new photo CinderElla. I will keep my for you next month
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