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    Documenting into photographs?

    Hi,

    I want to say, I document/ photograph the cakes I make, in the sentence below, but is 'documenting them into photographs' a correct English?

    And, should I say - sitting at my desk or in front of my desk?

    I have a thing for science, technology, art, and philosophy, sometimes finds myself baking cakes in the kitchen and documenting them into photographs, or sitting at my desk writing poetic ideas, reading, learning, searching for a theory of everything.

    Thanks,
    Lau

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    Re: Documenting into photographs?

    Lau.
    Here's how I would write this.

    I have a thing for science, technology, art and philosophy, and sometimes find myself baking cakes in the kitchen and documenting them photographically, or sitting at my desk writing poetic ideas, reading, learning and searching for a theory of everything.

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    Re: Documenting into photographs?

    Thanks for the correction, JMurray!

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