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16 People Who Really Know How To Take A Summer Photo

Their hands may have been slippery from sunscreen, but they still got the shot. This summer, cool down with a Starbucks Frappuccino®, and capture the moments that are worth reliving the rest of the year.

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Lesson: The perfect shot is always on the horizon. ;)

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Lesson: Looking back will always inspire great memories.

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Lesson: People are always thirsty for water droplet imagery.

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Lesson: Sometimes the most compelling face isn't in the foreground.

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Lesson: There are more dimensions to play with than vertical and horizontal.

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Lesson: Let nature do the work for you.

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Lesson: Holding your breath can lead to a breathtaking shot.

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Lesson: Some colors are irresistible.

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Lesson: "You would not believe your eyes if 10 million fireflies lit up the world as (you) fell asleep."

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Lesson: Motion is everything! More importantly, look at the water splashing off his cute tail!

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Lesson: The closer you get, the more you see.

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Lesson: A zoom can reveal more emotion than you'd think.

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Lesson: Don't look directly at the sun. Look at it behind your camera.

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Lesson: Using your dog as a sun blocker works too.

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