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Panasonics DMC-TZ15 When on IA mode pictures taking indoors have a shadow along the profile of the item/face

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  • orose Oct 15, 2008

    Still get the shdow when I hold verticaly, then I turn it 180dg and get the shadow on the other side.

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That is because of the flash .... its not a problem it comes naturally as the flash of the camera is located at the left side it creates a shadow on the right side .... try to click a photo keeping the camera in portrait position (i.e Vertical position) that should eliminate the shadow

Posted on Oct 15, 2008

  • Parshiv Luthra Oct 15, 2008

    It is not a problem ... do not worry .... keep the subject as far as possible from the backdrop ...

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