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(idiomatic) To replace; to act as a double or substitute for.
One easy trick for getting a self portrait into focus is to have another person stand in for you while you are adjusting the camera.
This will allow you to focus on that person and then stand in for them when the shutter is activated.
When you're creating a layout based on a scrapbook sketch, an embellishment can stand in for a photo if you don't have enough pictures to copy the design exactly.
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