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Old 07-27-2006, 1:33 PM
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Three other points, just for the P&S crowd.

If your pics are coming out uber-blurry (the most common problem I see on here), apply these:

1. Most cameras have a macro mode. It's usually a pic of a flower. Turn it on, it'll probably focus a lot better.

2. If your pics are still blurry, then try zooming out and re-focusing. A lot of cameras can't focus as closely when zooming. Even if it means having to take the shot from farther away, or moving the camera up close, do it. You can chop out the sides of a clear picture to get to your subject, but you can never un-blur a picture that's out of focus.

3. If your pic turns out blurry, re-shoot until it isn't.
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