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Take Pictures From Your Television

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If you have ever tried taking pictures straight from your television screen, you might have sometimes noticed horizontal lines running up and down the picture. That is because a TV screen is "painted" on a pixel at a time from top to bottom. The lines appear on your pictures when you use a shutter speed that is too fast and that "freezes" the lines on the television image. In this One-Pager™ tutorial, we'll give you the one simple trick that you need to know to be able to take television picture using your digital camera. Ready?
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