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    May 19, 2013, 05:54 PM
    What's a good easy share camera for close ups of jewelry or coins
    I need a good easy share camera for close up shots under 10 inches. My Kodak Easy Share C743 is OK for distance shots but not good for close ups of silver ware, jewelry, coins etc.
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    May 19, 2013, 06:18 PM
    Your camera is fine. You just have to select the macro option (tulip icon) and put jewellery and coins in a gallon milk jug cut in half or a white shoe box. Some jewelry looks best on a white background and others look better on black velvet. Do not use the flash, shoot in bright indirect daylight, and have as much lamp light around the sides but not shining on the objects.

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