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Are you handholding the camera? For macro photography you almost have to have the camera on a tripod or other stable support.
Is everything blurry? That probably indicates camera motion since I assume the jewelry isn't moving. If part of the picture is sharp, probably in the center, then it's a depth of field issue. The camera focuses a certain distance away, and anything not at that distance (closer or farther away) tends to blur. Unfortunately there's not much you can do to control depth of field with a point&shoot camera. See http://www.fixya.com/support/r9564373-controlling_depth_field.
Instead of shutter priority "Tv" mode, try setting to program "P" mode instead. Also, turn off the flash, and set to macro if shooting close-in (press downward on the little flower icon on the back disk). If pictures come out blurry, try using a tripod to hold the camera steady, or set the camera down on an object so it doesn't move while taking the shot. Try using the timer to activate the shutter to allow the camera to remain even steadier for the shot.
Don't go too close to the object, since the lense works similar to the eye. EX if you put something mm. away from the eye it appears blurry and hard to see.
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.
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number 1,make sure you have lithium batteries,energizer prefered.2 put it on auto focus.3dont be too close on the object your trying to photograph,and 4 do not zoom in too close on object either.this should solve your problem,good luck,hope i helped
hi check if there is a setting called macro or maybe on your camea there is a symbol that looks like a flower that is for taking close up photos if that is on then your photos will be blurry if this works can you let me know thanks
Set the camera for the "macro" setting. This is a close focus setting. Turn the camera power on. Press the "flower/mountain" side of the command dial on the back of the camera. You should get two icons on the display...one is a mountain, the other is a flower (macro setting). Use the command dial to jump to the macro setting. You should get a large confirmation icon to tell you that the macro setting is activated. Now you will be able to get close, real close. Like 2 inches close! Good luck.