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You’ve decked the halls with miles of tiny bulbs. Your front lawn is a gleaming monument to electric lighting. Even the neighbors have taken to wearing sunglasses 24/7.
It’s the Christmas wonderland of your dreams… now if only you could get a good picture of it.
Photographing holiday lights is no easy task.
Luckily, we’ve had the Photojojo elves round up the best tips and guides to taking successful Holiday photos. Call it our gift to you… now go make Clark W. Griswold proud.
Shooting the Holidays
The Photojojo elves have come back with what we think are the best guides and tips for photographing the holidays — and all the lights and yuletide that come along with them. Here we go…
That wraps it up â€“ get out there, shoot a bit, and have a merry Christmas/happy Hanukkah/jovial yuletide season!
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