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7/31/14 2:26 A

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I gave a bit of an answer for you on another post. I do hope that helps you. Also using aluminum foil. can help as well. Use it on a piece of cardboard and use it as a backdrop shiner. Meaning put the jewelry in the white box, and set the aluminum foil card kinda above the box to reflect the light onto the jewelry. Hope this helps. good luck

Tina

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God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change,
The courage to change the things I can,
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7/29/14 6:41 P

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I need help ! ; } I need hints, ideas, suggestions, etc., etc., etc. on taking pics. of my jewelry pieces. They never come out right, or decent !!! I've tried light backgrounds, dark backgrounds, inside, outside, some lighting. I do have a digital camera, but couldn't find the book that came with it. I just did, so I am hoping to get help there. I do use a lot of SWC's and I always get a glare with them.
Any help will be so appreciated !!!
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Edited by: FLUTTERFLI at: 7/29/2014 (18:42)
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