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Let me add a couple of points that I discovered through Trial and Error.

First, White Balance. Different lights give off different light. Incandescent lights cast a yellowish hue while florescent lights shift the light to the blue. Find if your camera has an adjustment for White Balance (WB) and set it for the type of light you are using. It will help moderate the shifts caused by the different types of bulbs.

Second, use the camera's timer function. Set it to release the shutter on a timed basis so that when you push the button the camera counts down to 0 and then snaps the picture without you holding it. Do NOT hold the camera when the shutter snaps. No matter what you do, your hand, even your finger depressing the button, will move the camera. When using Macro this will blur the picture and make it fuzzy.

Third, check out this tutorial by DJinn http://www.heresy-online.net/forums/showthread.php?t=82945 on lighting.
 
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