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Low brightness to the production of the photograph even when the flash is been applied inside or under shade

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    ibikunleokik Jan 27, 2013

    the image even looks brighter on program setting more than when am using auto setting for my camera.

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Are you using the cameras AUTO setting ? or are you in manual mode, you did not include the model of the camera. If in auto mode it sounds as if you have a faulty censor.

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Shade stuck under sunroof


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Get more out of S4000


ISO
Set ISO Setting to FIXED RANGE and set the range to 80-400. The camera produces noise at HIGH ISO setting.
NIGHT SHOTS
Get a small Tripod and you can take wonderful night time shots of city-scapes. Use a tripod and set the camera White Balance to Incandes. Make sure the FLASH is Off Set the Exposure Comp. to -2. Set the self timer and then frame and press the shutter and back away. Some exposures can be 1 second long so a tripod is not optional. Small plastic Joby ones work. If you are holding the camera during the shot it will move with you. A self timer is used to take the photo after you are not touching it.

When you use the flash set the White Balance to Flash (Unless you are outside on a sunny day. then use daylight)

I do NOT recommend using Auto Flash. Set the flash to OFF or turn it to SINGLE BOLT for fill.

When you want to photograph people outside in the sun set the White Balance to Daylight. On sunny days use the Fill Flash (Single Bolt) to fill faces better. Yes good photographers use flash in the direct sun. When cloudy are in shade turn flash off. If the subject has a bright background get close to them and have the flash on.

This camera makes red eye. In most cases when you are taking a photo of people in low light, when the flash supplies most of the light, you will get horrible red eye. You have to edit these later to remove the red eye.

on Mar 04, 2014 | Nikon Coolpix S4000 Digital Camera

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Makeup For Radiant Skin


You can make your skin glow with the appropriate makeup products. its essential to apply a moisturizer or a hydrating face cream every morning no matter your skin type or age.<br /><br />Choose a sheer liquid foundation and apply it onto a cleansed and well-moisturized face. If you want to make your foundation flawless-looking and to make it stay put on for longer consider applying a makeup primer before the foundation. The aim of a primer is to prepare the skin for the makeup application, to pamper the skin and creating a protective base for longer- lasting, natural looking foundation.<br /><br />Consider applying a light-reflecting face powder if your skin is absolutely clear and free of pimples, scars, blackheads, whiteheads, brown spots and other skin imperfections. Apply the powder with a big, round powder brush over the entire face or only to the cheeks.<br /><br />Use a blush in pink or peachy shade as these shades suit almost everyone and look more natural. Apply the blusher with a blush brush and build the color gradually. Use a powder blush as it last longer than a cream or gel blush. Choose brighter shades as they will make your skin glow and will freshen your skin.<br /><br />Lipsticks or lip glosses in brighter shades will also make your skin glow. First outline your lips with a nude lip pencil or with a natural-toned lip liner and use a lipstick brush to apply the color evenly. Remove the excess with a tissue and then apply a second layer for a more saturated lip color and for a longer-lasting lipstick color.

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Flash goes every time, even when there is no lightning bolt in the screen (for lack of better terms). Also a few photos turn out blue that were taken indoors.


Hi,
210 wide camera is auto detect the environment. If you face it under bright light, the flash will auto off, if away from bright light, it will auto have flash. for photo have blue hue do show me the image, i take a look

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1. Start with the Perfect Eyeshadow Colors
Eyeshadow shades that match your eye color will enhance your eyes and make them appear bigger. Choose three shades of colors, but keep them light - darker colors can make your eyes actually appear smaller. If you are not sure what type of shades to choose, a consultation at a beauty salon may help you to find the most complimentary colors of eye makeup for your eyes.


2. Use the Right Types of Eyeshadow Brushes


It is best to buy three different types of brushes for your eye makeup applications. All brushes should have a flat half circle shape. The largest brush should have a soft tip, but the medium and smaller brushes need to have stiffer tips to help you control where the makeup is applied and how much of it is applied to the sensitive skin above your eyes.


3. Prime Before You Apply Eyeshadow


For a long lasting application of eyeshadow use a makeup primer made specifically for eye makeup applications. A primer is a silky smooth light liquid that will stop eye makeup from fading away by the end of the day. Even better, a primer will prevent the eye makeup from settling in the soft creases around your eyes.


4. Apply Eyeshadow Evenly


As you apply your eye makeup, take care to make sure that the application is even on each eye. Start by applying the lightest shade of makeup from the eyelash line to just under the brow with the largest and softest makeup brush. Next, use the medium sized brush to apply the medium shade to the eyelash line to the top of the eyelid. Lastly, use the smallest brush to apply a very subtle line of eye makeup just above the eyelashes.


5. Blend for a Flawless Finish


The last step is to use your large and soft eyeshadow brush, or a separate large and fluffy makeup brush, to gently blend the eyeshadow colors. Sweep the brush from the inside of the eye to the outside of the eye, and make sure you lightly brush the area from the lash line to the top of the brow. If you want to give your eyes a little pop, use the lightest shade of color and add just a tiny dab on the outside corner of each eye.


hope this help ;)

Oct 25, 2012 | Laura Mercier Health & Beauty

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If i click for photo in day its too brightness because of that i we cant see images properlly please ressolve my problem !!


Turn off your flash light manually and avoid to capture with strong light in front of your lens (sun or lamp)
When you take picture outdoors with much light, try to shade your lens with something, use umbrella or even your own hand shadow to make a shade.

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Jan 18, 2011 | Canon Powershot SX110 IS Digital Camera...

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When pictures are taken outside during the day they are unclear with some white horizontal lines and when taken indoors its ok.tried everything the manual said but still no changes


White shadow or white lines may occur if the light was too bright when you take the picture, especially in strong sun light. Have you turn off the flash light when you taking those picture ? If you haven't, then you should try to turn off your camera flash light manually. And I must remind you not to take a picture with your lens faced the sun light or other light (lamp etc) directly. Even if you take a picture outdoors, try to make your lens shaded by something, you can even use your own shadow to shade them.

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Jan 08, 2011 | Cameras

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I have loved this camera but everytime I take a flash picture it causes the subjects to close their eyes. I've never had this problem with other cameras. Is the flash not timed properly or is it too...


Are you using the red-eye setting? An initial flash causes the pupils of your subjects to contract, followed by a second full flash 1 second later.

The trouble is that the first flash is bright, and subjects think its all over so they blink, rub their eyes, look away, and even the photographer may be pointing the camera elesewhere by then.

It is better not to use that setting, and fix the red eye afterwards.
With the flash open, hit the right button until the eye icon goes away.

Dec 12, 2009 | Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ20 Digital Camera

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Why are my pictures so blurry.. HELP PLEASE!!


Hi Lindsay Davi,

First, make sure you have the file size set to the highest size and highest quality. Small file size and low quality settings produce small files with pixelization.

Second, no camera performs as well in low light as it does in bright light. It sounds like you are new to photography, so you should start out by shooting in bright light - outdoors in the sun. Once you know how to take good photos in the sun, then you can try taking photos when it is overcast, or in bright shade (on a sunny day but outside of the direct sunlight). As you develop more experience in taking photos you can try more difficult lighting situations such as indoors.

Flash lighting is difficult because the light "falls off" quickly as the distance from the flash to the subject increases. The camera's flash tries to put out enough light to illuminate both the subject closest to the camera and to also try to light the background, but this is often impossible. So the subject is too bright, and the background remains dark. If your subject is further away, the lighting evens out some. If your subject is close to the background (e.g. standing in front of a light colored wall) the camera will get the flash exposure set to a better value and the photos will come out better.

It would also help to get a book on basic photography.

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Pictures are underexposed


When you are photographing scenes with mostly light objects (for example, snow, water, and sand), the picture is usually underexposed (darker than it really is). The camera meter registers the brightness of the scene and tries to set the camera lens and aperture for an exposure based on average brightness levels (18% reflectance) causing it to underexpose, as in the following picture. When you are photographing scenes with mostly dark objects (for example, shade, shadow, and overcast skies), and very few light objects, the camera may overexpose the image, causing it to be too light. If you have a flash on your camera, you can compensate by adding "fill flash" for some extra light. If your camera has an exposure compensation adjustment, you can increase or decrease the exposure to correct for these exposure problems. Increase the number to make the image lighter, and decrease the number to make the image darker. You may want to try a series of shots with different exposure compensation adjustments to get a feel for how much difference these adjustments make.

Aug 29, 2005 | Kodak EasyShare CX7530 Digital Camera

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