The Picture in Picture mode, featured in the WB150F and DV300 cameras, adds a smaller shot to a picture, usually dropping it into a corner of the background image—similar to the Picture in Picture mode of a television. You start by selecting a photo to use as a background image, then take a picture of yourself and insert it into the first shot.
Picture in Picture mode lets you tell two stories at once. When they come back from a vacation, most photographers are carrying cameras filled with shots of landscapes, sunsets and other panoramic vistas that are missing just one thing: the photographer.
Picture in Picture mode lets you insert yourself into any photo without the help of a passing stranger or the awkward routine of balancing the camera on a nearby object, setting a timer and then scrambling to get in the picture. When you're in the picture, your friends and family will know that you took it, and more importantly, that you were there.
Using Picture in Picture Mode is easy. Just follow these simple steps:
Picture in Picture mode can come in handy in all kinds of environments. Think about using this simple and fun feature if you find yourself in a situation like one of these:
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