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"To get these pics I cranked the ISO as high as it would go (1600), set the aperture at f 2.8, and shutter speed at 1/30. I propped the camera on a bar stool to make sure I didn't get any blur from movement (since I don't have a tripod). "

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have to try this trick...How to use a business card to bounce light up to create a nice overall illumination, while some of the light penetrates directly through the card, disperses and lights the subject from the front. And the example is even shown using the same camera I have!

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