In addition to the obvious, like using a tripod and turning off your flash, Digital-Photography-School.com For more, check out 15 Tips for Great
In addition to the obvious, like using a tripod and turning off your flash, Digital-Photography-School.com's 15 Tips for Great Candlelight Photography offers many tips, such as:
• Try overexposing slightly from what your camera suggests, as candles within your frame will tell your camera to underexpose.
• Having white walls or a white tablecloth nearby will help reflect the low light onto your subject.
• If you have a choice of lenses, choose the fastest one so you can use a larger aperture and let more light into your image.
For more, check out 15 Tips for Great Candlelight Photography by Darren Rowse.