Clearing images in the WIA image acquistion wizard.

Greetings,
  My company has a software application of which we are trying to incorporate taking still images from within the application.  We are using WIA to acquire a picture and choose a picture that we want to populate a database field and picture box with.  Everything works great except for clearing the images from the acquistion wizard.  When the wizard appears, it loads all of the pictures that we have taken previously and we need this to be empty everytime we invoke this area of functionality.  Additionally, it is unclear where the images are being stored.  We can find temporary files, but evidently the pictures are being pulled from elsewhere.  Can anyone help??  Thanks in advance.
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