We’ve all seen a fence.
What we don’t often see is a fencing job.
Fence staking is a way to take photos of your property without damaging it.
It can be very expensive, but it can be a very useful process to take pictures of your fencing for a variety of purposes.
Here’s how to take this step.
Step 1: Pick a fence with a fence stopper or fence fence stem.
The best fence stoppers and stem are called fence stovers because they can be placed on the fence, allowing you to hold the fence in place while you take a photo.
This is particularly useful if you’re photographing your fences outside and need to keep the fence from slipping.
Step 2: Place a photo camera in your fence to take the photo.
Once you’ve taken a photo, it will be added to the fence staking process.
Step 3: Place the fence stopping tape on the outside of the fence to make sure the fence stays in place.
Step 4: Place an overhang over the fence for additional protection.
Once you have your photo, you can add the tape to the photo, which will then be attached to the gate with a steel rod or some other sturdy material.
Step 5: Once you’re done, remove the overhang, which should look like this:Step 6: Once the gate is closed, it’s time to remove the tape from the gate stopper.
Step 7: Once it’s removed, you’ll need to remove a metal gate stopping tool.
The metal stopper should look something like this, with the “T” marking on it:Step 8: Place your photo camera and the gate to your fence, and then take your picture.
You’ll notice that the metal gate is now a fence!