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Old 18-02-08, 05:03 PM
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Hi guys, your problem Jim is that you moved slightly forward when you took your photo. A tripod would help and better lighting but basically the easiest thing to do is to set your camera to the macro setting - the flower icon on the top dial.

Next, body position is important. Try placing the frame on the floor and add light while using your body as a tripod. Like shooting a rifle, breath, hold and press the button. You can't anticipate the shot as you will move and blur the image. I guess here is where I admit that I'm also a camera geek

Try it, practice make perfect!

Greg
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