Glowing christmas tree: Canon Rebel T1i  ISO 3200  f/1.8  ss 1/30th

How to take glowing christmas tree pics. just keep in mind, the higher the iso, the grainier the shot, but if there's any movement, a slow shutter speed can cause some serious blur. Find a happy medium between speed and grain.

How to take a silhouetted photo in front of the Christmas Tree by lalakme, via Flickr

Four Creative Ways to Photograph Your Christmas Lights

Tips for Photographing Christmas Lights  1. Set your ISO high – 1600 or higher 2. Close your aperture (f/14 or higher) for a starburst effect 3. Slow down your shutter speed 4. Use a tripod or set your camera on something safe and steady 5. Turn on ambient lights in the rooms surrounding the tree but turn off lights in that room

Christmas Light photo tip- Turn on ambient lights in the rooms surrounding the tree, but turn off lights in that room

I hope to take a picture of my kids in   front of our tree like this every year. Even when they're coming home from   college and bringing home spouses and babies...

Our Christmas Home Tour

Pinner:I hope to take a picture of my kids in front of our tree like this every year. Even when they're coming home from college and bringing home spouses and babies.

How to take better pics in front of your Christmas tree.-- Use the Av mode (set it to the smallest number) and turn off your flash

How to take better pics in front of your Christmas tree.-- Use the Av mode (set it to the smallest number) and turn off your flash. Every year I try to take pics of my family or pets in front of the tree and they always turn out funny, now I know!

PHOTO TIP: With the Micro Four Thirds interchangeable lens system on the Panasonic GX85 you can capture more of the newly fallen snow. Attach a wider angled lens and see a larger range of the horizon. Fit more trees, more tracks and more snowmen in one beautiful image. And remember to adjust your aperture for the excess of light the snow reflects. For more tips talk to an Associate at Best Buy and get 4K capture, dual image stabilization and a light design with the Panasonic GX85.

PHOTO TIP: With the Micro Four Thirds interchangeable lens system on the Panasonic GX85 you can capture more of the newly fallen snow. Attach a wider angled lens and see a larger range of the horizon. Fit more trees, more tracks and more snowmen in one beautiful image. And remember to adjust your aperture for the excess of light the snow reflects. For more tips talk to an Associate at Best Buy and get 4K capture, dual image stabilization and a light design with the Panasonic GX85.

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