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Thread: Taking quilt photos?

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    Super Member oksewglad's Avatar
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    I've started taking photos to post, but not 100 % successful with the process. :roll: Some are blurry, get a shine from the flash, etc. And then the next one looks good. :) I was taking photos of my mini's and some table runners. My question:

    What's the best way to "stage" your photos to get a clear image? Any suggestions?

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    Here' s a great article on how:

    http://www.hollyknott.com/stq/shooting.htm

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    when taking photos inside with the lights on, I turn off my flash, seems to make them clearer and truer to the real color

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    AHS--Thanks for the website reference. Looks like it will help alot! :lol: :lol:

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    Ninnie--I'll give that a try. Thanks :)

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