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I have green shade in my pictures

Took pictures in the summer of 08 just now grtting around to downloading from camera 128mb card the pictures look like someone is holding a green microfilm in front of them, what can i do and can i fix this pictures. thanks eric My daughter got this camera as a gift and our pictures are coming out green whenever the flash is used. I've tried changing the white balance to tungsten or incandescent but that doesn't work either and you have to change that setting every time you turn the camera on!

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Kr77,
First you can adjust the images that have been taken in one of many software programs available and you may even have one if it came with your camera, if you have Photoshop Elements you can open the images and color correct them, if you or someone you know that has the Full version of Photoshop you can really make serious adjustments and corrections, providing of course how good a friend they are and if they are willing to help you out. Even if the card sat around for a couple of years it shouldn't affect the images. The green cast thing with the flash is really dependent on what type of camera you are using and if it's the built-in flash or an add-on flash unit on a DSLR camera, can you provide alittle more info so I can help you further?
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