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  • Robin McGowan

    Christmas Card photo idea: ISO cranked, f-stop wide, shutter speed slooow (1/30-50) & make sure all the lights are off in the whole house

  • Erica Baxter

    Christmas picture to Take each yr with kids here how: ISO cranked, f-stop wide, shutter speed slooow (1/30-50) & make sure all the lights are off in the whole house. Next year's Christmas cards!

  • Diana Marie Hurst

    kids christmas pic : ISO cranked, f-stop wide, shutter speed slooow (1/30-50) & make sure all the lights are off in the whole house {Christmas card!}

  • Laura Kirch

    Christmas photo idea - ISO cranked, f-stop wide, shutter speed slooow (1/30-50) & make sure all the lights are off in the whole house

  • Jamie Merrell

    Christmas Tree Photographs | Christmas Card Idea (ISO cranked, f-stop wide, shutter speed slow)

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High ISO, small aperture and slow shutter speed. put camera on a tri pod, no lights besides tree. Cute Christmas card idea

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ISO cranked, f-stop wide, shutter speed slooow (1/30-50) & make sure all the lights are off in the whole house

Future christmas card!! ISO cranked, f-stop wide, shutter speed slooow (1/30-50) & make sure all the lights are off in the whole house. Sweetest things ever. Great first Christmas card!!! One day!

Not sure if I'm handy enough to maket hese but they are too cute. Mini gingerbread house cookies - Delicious! #lillyholiday

(Open RP) The rain pours and pours. It hasn't stopped for days and this is no exception. I see a red headed girl under a black umbrella, she is looking down and she seem sad. I stare at her through the crowd of people and I realize the city is bustling around me. "Excuse me!!" Someone shouts in my ear. I quickly turn around and accidentally trip over someone or something, and I land in someone's arms. I look up,"I'm so sorry!" I say (can someone be the girl he runs into? Please?)

Crank The ISO As High As It Will Go (1600), Set The Aperture At f 2.8, And Shutter Speed at 1/30...Then Shoot At Night With Every Light In The House Off...Use A Tripod So There Is Absolutely No Movement...

Reflection photos are so cool if done right. And this one could not be any better. I love how the girl is positioned, her expression & how the photographer chose to edit the image.

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