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Digital cameras tip : adjusting the horizon

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I have taken photos on my sony cyber shot DSC-N1. There is one photo I want to convert to Black and White and thought I could do that on the camera itself but I have gone through the menu and cant find where I can do this.


You can set the camera up to capture images in black and white, or more accurately, monochrome (always a bad idea) but your camera cannot convert a colour image into monochrome after capturing it in colour. I'm unaware of any cameras able to do so as it just takes too much processing power.

By far the best way is to always capture the image in colour and to then use pc/Mac software afterwards to convert. The recorded colour information is of great use in giving added tonal depth to a monochrome image and can be used to simulate the effects of using the coloured filters which monochrome photography relies on to alter image contrast.

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Sep 22, 2010 | Sony Cyber-shot DSC-N1 Digital Camera

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HP DESKJET F4135 - CANNOT PRINT PHOTO WITHOUT BORDER


border cannot print bottom side

but you know you can print if you can do it

margin up to 1.29 of bottom that simple

Dec 29, 2008 | HP DeskJet F380 All-In-One Printer

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Scanning photos into computer at a large size?!


This sounds like you are trying to scan images at a larger size than they actually are?
I am not an expert-(but I have a Mac)-but from what I'm reading, scan your photos at a 300-600 dpi resolution, then use photo editing software to enlarge them. The higher the resolution, the more disk space and the more photo detail (i.e. cracks, dust, scratches, paper type) will be captured, and the more time it will take to scan. Also, for the white, does your scanner allow you to select the area/define borders during the pre-scan? Mine lets me drag borders to just the image area (but capture the image first, then do the cropping and editing to a copy later).
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Dec 11, 2008 | Canon PIXMA MX310 All-In-One Printer

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border on photos


On the back of the camera there is that round circle thing, don't have it in the heart section...that is the one that had the boarders

Jul 27, 2008 | Samsung Digimax 4010 Digital Camera

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