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Good bits in this dessert image enhance the close-up.

Every photo has a certain amount of bits in it. The good bits are crumbs, powdered sugar, tiny basil leaves, sesame seeds, and their ilk. And the bad bits include dust, tiny stray particles, or small fibers. When you shoot close-ups, you need to watch for and be aware of both types.

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