Brynn Shuller, a graphic designer, moved back home from Los Angeles to Cincinnati due to the COVID pandemic. While driving thru the states, she decided to take her photoshopped family along with her on a road trip.

‘They’ took a picture in each state they drove through. And yes, in all these photos, it is just her being dressed up as each character and then photoshopping the family members together to create each photo.

Thanks to her mom, who flew out to drive back with Brynn and became her photographer for this fun project. Brynn spent around three to five hours on each photo, including the photo shoot and the editing in Photoshop. These family photos have Byron (the dad), Brynnda (the mom), Brynnie (the daughter), and Frank (the gothic son) in them.

Scroll down below to check out this fun project.

Hollywood, Los Angeles
Hollywood, Los Angeles

Yes, they are all the same.

Las Vegas
World’s Largest Rocking Chair, Casey
Gateway Arch, St. Louis
Grand Canyon, Arizona
Uranus Fudge Factory, St. Robert
Wheeler Park, Oklahoma City
Findlay Market, Cincinnati
The Big Texan, Amarillo
The Children’s Museum Of Indianapolis
Flintstones Bedrock City, Coconino County
The World’s Largest Mailbox, Casey
Cadillac Ranch, Amarillo
New Mexico Welcome Sign, Gallup

Are you wondering if taking a road trip with your family is a good idea? You’re not alone! Many people are hesitant to take family trips because they’re not sure if everyone will get along. But, if you plan and choose the right destination, a road trip can be a great way to bond with your loved ones.

All images ©️ Brynn Shuller. Rate Bryann’s Photoshop skills from 1-10 in the comment section below.

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