Question about Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ18K Digital Camera
When I take pictures inside or somewhat dark places it comes out dark or yellowish tint. This happens even with the flash open / on. How can I fix this.
The noise reduction aspect of this camera can cause some of this--you may wish to reduce the noise reduction in the quality settings of the camera (see your manual for directions) further, if you are open to post-production fixes you may wish to use a program like Adobe Lightroom2 to correct some of this. Finally you may wish to shoot indoors using the RAW or RAW+JPEG setting. Doing so will give you more control over post-production color correction, and somewhat less artifacting from the noise reduction software.
Posted on Apr 26, 2009
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