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If you have a good camera, look into your white balancing (might have this on cheaper cameras but you'll have to look at your manual). It should help you take better pictures if you're using a white background with lights. If you're using artificial lights, use a daylight light bulb, it works and helps out ALOT. I posted a few good websites for pictures a while ago. Search the posts created with my name and you should find it. HTH.
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