How to Take Photos of Christmas Lights

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Comments

Chris Greene says:

not to mention the screw on lens adjusts nothing on that camera lol.

JennahChick says:

Step one: just take the damn picture .

CDTITANIC says:

great timing guys!

IdaAreIda says:

Maybe it’s for the lazy ones who STILL haven’t taken down their christmas decorations

PreviewDude52797 says:

Or 8 months too early! LOL

Alexnadra92 says:

1:02 He has the lens protector on lol

IdaAreIda says:

about 4 months too late… great

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