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@wildgarlicphotography

Erinn said:
I was at ISO100, f5.6, 50mm. I used a tripod and set my timer at 9 frames, 2 seconds apart (me running to the couch was part of the fun!). I told everyone that it would be just like a photo booth, so choose a different expression each time they hear a click. They then got to “fire drill” in between sets and switch spots to wherever they wanted as long as their bums were touching the couch or mom/dad. They thought it was hilarious.

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@keamenabar

Katie said:
I took this shot of my kids drawing on the glass sliding door. The big thing with this was the angle from which I took the shot. I actually walked around a lot until I got the reflection I was aiming for. I wanted it to look like they were drawing that sky. The shot itself had all of the elements but they were pretty dull in color so I had some work to do in LR to help bring out the contrast in the sky. I also took down the highlights on their faces just a tiny bit so they wouldn’t stand out more then the reflection. I wanted them to blend into looking like just one layer.

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@kimhaunphotography

Kim said:
Thank you so much for this feature! I’ve always loved reflections, but other times when I’ve tried a window reflection at my home, I didn’t like seeing the reflection of other houses and/or my fence. So, to hide those reflections, I laid on the ground and shot from below so that the reflection was of the sky. There just so happened to be a storm rolling in at that time.

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