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Technique on taking images of baseball cards

I purchased a Canon PowerShot A560 for Christmas with the intention of among other things taking pictures of baseball cards I intend to try to sell on EBay. Some cards are encased in a permanent plastic holder and some are not in a plastic case. I cannot find the proper setting to accomplish the shot. Can anyone help me? Thanks- Bob

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You try made snaps with Night Snapshot mode.
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Posted on Apr 27, 2008

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Greetings sandb27,

Your best route to avoid flash reflection on your cards is to find a lighting situation where you do not rely on flash. I would suggest a small handheld tripod to stabilize the camera and shooting without the flash. You might also try to use the Indoor Mode. Indoor Mode prevents camera shake blur and adjusts the white balance to preserve the subject's true color when working under tungsten or fluorescent lighting.


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Posted on Apr 14, 2008

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