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Diane Caldwell

That is a great idea. Thanks

Kathy P

What a great tip---TFS! he is gorgeous!

Pam Sohan

There is NO room in our garage to set up a backdrop. LOL It is packed to the gills. But great idea !! and lovely photos.

Amber M.

The light that comes into the garage is amazing, and I never would have thought to take advantage of it. Thank you, Elisha! Your son is absolutely adorable, BTW :)

Rebecca Yahrling

What a handsome boy - watch out girls! lol My hubby just bought one of these stands ... he does Bonsai and takes pictures of those. Works great!

barbara macaskill

If I could get into my garage this would be a fantastic idea but there is not even room to open the door much less put someone inside it and not worry that they will be lost for years! LOL Thanks for the great tip! Now to get hubby to clean the garage so I can try this!

Rebecca B. from Florida

Ok this is a great idea. I am even thinking of something that could be mounted permanently to the ceiling to clip up your backdrop(s). Of course, with clearance for the garage door to open and close. Also, are YOU standing in the shadow while taking the photo? Would having you in the sun taking the photo make a difference as to how the camera captures the light?

Beverly Jordan

I use our front porch because of its light and it faces the west side. Love this idea to have a backdrop though! Very inspiring!


Thanks for the great tutorial, Elisha! Check out those catchlights on the adorable little boy.

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