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Tips on taking clear pictures . There's a ridiculously large amount of people on MOCpages who can't take good pictures. I've posted this as a means of help. If you are having a hard time taking good pictures, please, take a look. . Many people take their pictures like this. There's so many things wrong with that I would be here all after noon telling you. If you took a picture like that it would look like This. So, to prevent that, go to a room with lots of windows so that a non-yellow light is lighting up your pictures. Unlike house lights that will create a yellow color. Set a piece of paper up against a wall on the floor or on a desk. Take your camera and turn off the flash and turn on the "close up" setting. This setting is often represented by a flower. If you do not know how to do this, ask your parents or a sibling for help. Set your model on the piece of paper and take the picture. One thing the guy in the picture did wrong, was that he's holding the camera with his hands. Doing so will make the camera shake and make the picture blurry. To prevent this, set it on a tripod, a small box, a book, anything. If done correctly, the photo should look like so. The picture would have looked like this if the minifig hadn't followed these steps. If he had posted this, he would have gotten comments like "Did you just sneeze on some paper? Cause that looks like snot man.". I hope you've learned something from this lesson and I soon hope to see clearer pictures. Vignette #1. Vignette #2.


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