Bit of a background: There's a new construction going on not too far from my house, and yesterday I noticed 5 spheres ranging from 1' in diameter all the way to about 3' arranged in front of that building. I am pretty sure those will have water coming out of them once everything is done, but for now they are just sitting there. Surface is like a mirror, chrome plated. I really want to do a fashion shoot where the model sits on one of them, the background will be blurred out, but you can still see reflection in the sphere. Kind of leaning towards doing it in the evening so I can have slower shutter, get some light streaks going around her from cars driving by and use second curtain on the flash so she's in focus even on longer exposure. Now the problem I see is the reflection of myself taking the picture and I can probably try to position her body so the legs cover up reflection of the flash. Probably will have flash set up 45 degrees to her. So what would you guys do to minimize my own reflection in the sphere? I guess if it's daytime I could always clone myself out of it. Thank you in advance.