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Flattering faces

When someone takes a close-up shot in the head, the jaw line can often find unflattering as Shadows Fall. For the jaw line more defined, ask the white paper in which to keep his chin

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my rear passenger door will not close. It just


Look on the very end ot the door you will see where the recieving latch is.This is where you spay.You need to make sure that the latch didn't fall into the closed position.You can look at the latches on the other doors to see what they look like in the open position.You can take a flat screwdriver to flip the latch back and forth while you hold the handle.

Jan 16, 2010 | 1998 Volkswagen Golf

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when I print my pictures are coming out cartoon-like.


Brandy,

Try and clean the Gold Contacts on the printer and the print cartridges, Also what Res are you printing them at? You can check that from Prefrences

Rj

Nov 03, 2008 | Epson Office Equipment & Supplies

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Canon 40D


Hey D1ppy,
There are two ways to get rid of shadows behind a subject, but both require you to use a hotshoe mounted flash. The first way is to bounce the light off a ceiling or some other white surface by turning the flash head towards that surface instead of your subject. The second way would be to connect the flash to the camera using a off camera flash cord and hold the flash above your head when your taking the picture, and by doing this you are able to aim where the shadows show up in the image. Bounced flash is what is called soft light and generally is more pleasing light. I of course am assuming the shadows are caused by the built in flash on the camera. I hope this helps!

Sincerely,
Allan
Go Ahead. Use Us.

May 30, 2008 | Canon EOS 40D Digital Camera

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Sony KP-61HS10 Rear projection TV blurry /shadows at first start


Sounds like the convergence ic's need to be replaced or resoldered. Sometimes it can be a microfuse if you are lucky. But my question is if you hit the focus button up front does it make it thru the auto convergence? Let me know. Have a good one.

Feb 09, 2008 | Sony KP-61HS10 61" Rear Projection...

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Problem with taking pictures in the shadows


In very simple terms you simply didn't have enough aperture and sensor sensitivity to get the same exposure in the camera as you got with your eyes. The blurring was caused by camera movement while the shutter was open, hand held anything over about 1/15th of a second will be unusable at your shortest focal length. Night photos are hard as they require maximum aperture to let in enough light, and maximum aperture means minimum depth of field so if you are close to the subject it is hard to get all of it in focus. You can increase the ISO setting, but that introduces noise into the shot. As you noticed using flash completely destroys the interesting lighting you were trying to capture. With a proper external flash you would have got a shot as though it were daytime, with a small inbuilt flash you just forced the camera to take a short exposure with a small aperture without adding enough flash light to get the exposure, hence the black picture. As it was a static subject you could have tried a long exposure with the camera on a trpod, possibly using the self timer to start the shot so that you did not touch the camera at all. Another area to take care with is colour/white balance. Your eyes are very good at adjusting for any colour cast or hue in the illumination. You will notice that a sheet of white paper looks white to you inside under normal lights, or inside under flourescent lighting, or outside in daylight . You will find that your camera has to be preset for the colour/temperature of the illumination, to get this right you need to know the spec of the flood lights (halogen, tungsten etc) as it is unlikely the automatic white balance will get this right, being less sophisticated than the human eye/brain combination . You can of course adjust the white balance in who editing software. I hope this helps....

Sep 08, 2005 | Pentax Optio 330GS Digital Camera

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