Post # 1
I read the post about taking gorgeous pictures of your wedding and engagement rings so i decided to try it for myself! I got out my kodak easy share camera and set the macro mode thing just like it said, i used natural light and held the camera very still but the pictures are still so fuzzy!
What am i doing wrong?!?!
Post # 3
Macro shots need a lot of light and steady hands to get a crisp shot. You might have to set it on a timer and rest the camera on a flat surface with a slower shutter speed.
Post # 4
- Wedding: August 2009 - St. Thomas of Villanova Church & the F.U.E.L. House
Hmmm…is the post you read the one Anne Ruthmann wrote? That’s the post that helped me out SO much.
Is the ring on your finger when you photograph it? If so, take it off, and find an interesting object to place it on so you can get a good angle and have TWO hands on the camera.
Post # 5
Yah I have shaky hands… whereas Bee has hands like a surgeon. A tripod or flat surface will definitely help!
Post # 6
Did you read this Anne Ruthmann post? That’s what I used. You will probably have to take many pictures to get really good ones. I also recommend putting the camera on a flat surface with taking photos, if possible. If you so much as breathe while taking a picture it may come out blurry. Good luck and let us know when it works!
Post # 7
Okay got it! Thanks so much for the help! i think i was to wiggly!