Question about Canon PowerShot A530 Digital Camera
I went to the store to get an 8x10 photo printed but it came out all blurry because I guess it was at a lower resolution setting than it should have been for an 8x10 photo What resolution should I select to get the clearest 8x10 photo? 4x6?
Personally I would select the highest setting offered. In my case, there are 3, good, best & bestus, or maybe its better. That should give you better results. All blurry can mean other things too, like shooting indoors, at night or similar low light situation. And what happens is: camera select a slow shutter speed in order to give you the right exposure or amount of light. And if its using a slower shutter speed - you have to hold the camera steady, otherwise you'll get blurry shots. which I shoot in low light, I'll find something to lean on or some way to brace myself so that I (hopefully) won't get the "blurs" And using the lcd display (instead of viewfinder) may contribute to the blurs as you generally hold the camera out to arms length to view & shoot which makes it difficult or impossible to hold the camera still/steady in that stance.
Posted on Apr 29, 2007
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