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billy boy2

05-14-2013 06:03:42

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05-14-2013 09:15:15

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 Re: Mystery piece of a part in reply to billy boy2, 05-14-2013 06:03:42  
Inside or outside isn't the problem, it's the focus. Look and see if your camera has a macro setting on it for closeups. If not, you at least need to hold that camera still. A tripod would sure help that.
Lots of cameras have an auto shutter feature on them which when set automatically takes the picture within a couple seconds to 10 seconds without your finger pressing on the button and screwing up the focus.
You might at least rest the camera on something like a book or a couple books to help steady it. On something like that it would also help to place something in the picture that we all know the size of like a 25 cent piece or something similar. This helps people looking at the picture to judge the size of your mystery part.
A picture is worth a thousand words but a blurry picture not so much.

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Dell (WA)

05-14-2013 09:49:42

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 Re: Mystery piece of a part in reply to Caryc, 05-14-2013 09:15:15  
what Caryc sez........notice green grass is in perfect focus........need more coffee as my eyeballs still don't want to focus.......blurry Dell

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