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All of my close ups are blurry!

I'm trying to take pics of jewellery. I need to see all details but my pictures just come out blurry and you cant see any detail. What am i doing wrong?

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There should be a macro setting on your camera. It's usually indicated by a flower symbol. If you're doing any close up photography, macro should be enabled.

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You need a certain distance and then use the zoom untill you have the desired image.
In SCN there is a special option for close up pics.

Pls. rate me good if any of these tricks have been useful for you.
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