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  • Janine Deras

    Taking #Christmas #photos 101 ~ how to take christmas tree pics without flash

  • Jodie Dean

    Christmas Tree Photo Tips - how to take a great photo of your tree with the lights on - would be great for a Christmas card!

  • Theresa Howe

    I hope I remember to look at this at Christmas time! how to take christmas tree pics without flash. Good link with actual camera settings

  • Bobbie Keeton

    I hope I remember to look at this at Christmas time! how to take christmas tree pics without flash Christmas Card!!

  • Heather Shanley

    Camera settings for this Christmas picture

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