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Put your camera on a tripod and use a remote or delay release.

There are other changes you could make, but using a tripod for static images is your best choice.

EDIT: extra lights plus using reflectors and diffusers could help, but without seeing the image it's difficult for us to recommend.

EDIT2: for studio type shooting you are far better off shooting fully manual to include manual focus. Since you don't appear to be under any time constraint you can take a number of test shots to tweak your settings. I would use a lower ISO as well (another reason to use the tripod), just remember to turn VR off.

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Last edited by RavingMac; 03-24-2014 at 01:15 PM.
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