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Camera Settings and How to Photograph Discs

Some of the camera settings I use:
Manual camera setting Aperture Priority and set it to F-Stop 9
ISO 200
Aspect ration 1:1
Photo size Large (2592x3456)
Custom White balance for whatever light source you are using
Exposure varies, depending on the color of the disc. Generally, white and clear discs look better at +.7 and +.1 where darker colors (blue, black) may look better at -.3 or-.7
Sometimes using a black reflector instead of a white one is better and there are some rare occasions where the disc may reflect shiny surfaces on your camera so you will have to devise something to cover those up.