Hi, Photos that have natural light in them, the natural light shows up pink. So a photo taken during the day, inside, the windows are pink and the light hitting things inside shows pink. Whereas, a photo taken inside, without a flash, just using ceiling lights isn't pink, looks great. If I use the flash, however, there's pink. Is this the CCD as written in other blogs, or another problem? Thanks!
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Yes correct.The photo cartridge has to be inserted, where you install black cartridge.The photo cartridge gives finishing touch to the photos which you print.The actual photo comes from the color cartridge only, but for lightness and darkness, the color(ink) from photo cartridge gets used.In photo cartridge there are three color ink, that are light pink, light blue and grayish black.In color cartridge there are three color ink, that are pink(magenta), yellow and cyan( blue).------------- This are the details.Thank you for using fixya.
I think I'm having the same problem. If I take a fairly close up photo of someone, they appear very pink. If I take the same photo from further away and instead zoom in, it looks much better. This is a new problem. Never had anything like this before. I tried checking all of the same settings as anouska did. If I manually set the ISO to a higher number, it seems to correct the problem, but auto ISO gives the pink photos. Any advice?
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If that is the only problem with the photo, you can use Photoshop to change the pink to white. You will need to go to Image/Adjustment/Levels. Use the eyedropper on the right to click in the pink space to make that white.
The other option is to see if the bottles are bouncing color on to the white. You may want to tape some white paper to the sides of the bottle (out of camera view) so the bounce is only white.
It is known problem of bad ccd imager in Sony DSC-T1 camera and ccd imager chip will be replaced to get normal live view in camera mode. Sony will repair it free of cost so click Sony CCD Imager Support for details. Thanks.
Your film may have gotten hot or has passed the expiration date. If the tint is splotchy, there could be a light leak, either in the camera or the film cassette after you take it out of the camera. If all your photos were taken indoors under incandescent light, they will also be tinted reddish.
If the pink & white pics are a small percentage of your photos you should probably just live with it. I have 6 cameras in operation for 2 yrs & they have about 10% like this. Great pics otherwise. Probably caused by the angle of the sun or reflection of the flash off a nearby object.