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I have a power shot sd870 is camera. Today I shot some pictures over water, and the sky and water was a very deep blue. What is the fix?

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Greater the white balance,it will make them clear

it depends on the time .
whether *** is day or night
if at day,no one can do anything
if at night ,use the night mode along with by setting the brightness low ir high according to the surroundings.

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