I have a simple problem. My subject's faces are extremely light. I have not fiddled with any of the settings. They all seem to be standard. I have been taking pictures for years (usually relying on the factory settings). What have I disturbed?
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This can be due to 1. Exposure compensation is set very high (may be set to +2, try setting it to 0) 2. ISO is too high (may be set to 800+, try setting it to auto or 200) 3. Using flash too close to subject (back up from subject or do not use flash)
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You will need to read the manual. I f you have a basic
understanding of how ISO, shutterspeed & Aperture width
combine to determine the 'right exposure.
Set the camera to Av (aperture priority mode). Half press the shutter
button and see the light meter indicator to see how well exposed your
shot will be. For most cases you would be aiming for a value of 0
(properly exposed). The metering mode determines what part of the frame
is used to compute the correct amount of light. For starters begin with
pattern metering. Try and aim for a shutter speed of 1/125 or more if
you are using the 17-55 mm EF-S f3/5-f5.6. Try and shoot at 40 mm F/5.6
(in Av mode this can be set by rotating the dial near the shutter
All the best
(metering mode on first menu1) evaluative metering - standard setting, takes account off all areas of scene. Partial metering - effective when background is much brighter than the subject due to backlighting etc. Centre weighted average metering - the metering is weighted at the centre then averaged for entire scene. ------ pressing the right hand button of the two little ones top right corner of camera brings up display on lcd, using thumb wheel you can select where the metering takes place. in the viewfinder the display lights a red dot for areas selected.
Try these settings to see if this helps in your situation.
There are two stages to the shutter release. The first stage is the focus stage pressed half way down and the second stage is the actual shutter release. Always press the shutter half way to get the camera focused first then press all the way down when the camera is ready to take the shot. Check to see how the settings are with regard to how it focuses (9-point, face recognition, etc). When the camera focuses you should get a green box or multiple green boxes depending on your settings. That tells you the camera is ready to take the picture. Pressing the shutter all the way down at once from the beginning will cause the pause you describe since the camera has to first focus then shoot the picture. Depending on the subject or subjects the camera may take a second or two longer to focus. With good lighting my G9 focuses pretty fast. Hope this helped.
Hi richelle Turn the dial to (SCENE) Scroll to # 12 (SMILE) Press (OK) Center subjects face, Or the center subject in a group photo. Say Cheese, Click,Click,Click You got em A couple of help full hints here.
#1 You need good lighting, so the face/smile detection works. #2 Make sure you center the mouth in the on screen [brackets] #3 Helps if they have teeth :o
You have very good taste in cameras. Best regards and keep em smiling : ) Paul
If A vertical strip appears on the screen when recording a dark background or the subject is blooming or silhouetting, you need to adjust the BLC.
* The contrast between the subject and the background is too great for the camcorder to operate normally.
* Make the background brighter to reduce the contrast or use the BLC function while you are recording in a brighter environment.
BLC (Back light Compensation)
* BLC works in CAMERA/M.REC mode.B
* Back lighting exists when the subject is darker than the background:
1. The subject is in front of a window.
2. The person to be recorded is wearing white or shiny clothes and is placed against a bright background; the person?s face is too dark to distinguish his/her features.
3. The subject is outdoors and the background is overcast.
4. The light sources are too bright.
5. The subject is against a snowy background.
1. Set the power switch to CAMERA mode.
2. Press the BLC button.
Normal - BLC - Normal
BLC enhances the subject.
* When NITE PIX to set to ON, the BLC function does not work.
* The BLC function will not operate in EASY mode.