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Lousy, yellow indoor pictures

Every picture I snap, whether using the flash or not, inside, I get a yellow background

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Have you tried setting the white balance to match your indoor lighting condtions (flourescent or incandescent indoor lighting)? If not, try it. You didn't mention what model camera you have, but look in your manual. It should mention how to adjust white balance.

Posted on Jan 11, 2009

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