I am unable to set my custom settings higher than 800 height for photos for my web gallery on my website. most sites use a 1000 or more and i have had requests to do so but the program won't allow me could you please help.
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To which site are you uploading your images ? It may well be a problem with their software - contact their customer service department and enquire. If necessary, you can always upload the images again from your own backups.
I suggest altering the settings a little and if that doesn't work try using a different software to enlarge images.
Such as windows photo gallery. That's not too good for enlarging just good for keeping the quality up if that isn't good enough try using a free trial of photo shop.
Hope I helped Dr Red
Any auto camera like this is going to have trouble in dark light... Photography is all about light, and in dark situations, compromise as well.
You best chance is to set the ISO up to the highest setting available, use flash, and a faster shutter speed, however, faster shutter speeds means less light can enter the lens, and hence give a darker image. Higher ISO makes the camera more sensitive to light, but produces grainier images as a result. Flash creates artificial light...
The only real way to get good images at a concert in the dark is with a high end camera, a lens costing many thousands of dollars, a tripod or monopod to steady yourself, and a longer open shutter time.
In the meantime however, experiment with higher ISO setting, flash and try to keep your hand steady at all times because the shutter speed needs to be slightly slower for the lens to capture more light.
The image you selected for Custom WB is probably inappropriate - it may be shot somewhere else with different lighting or not enough of the image is white/grey. To do a proper Custom WB, take a picture of a white or grey card in the same lighting conditions as your subject. Go to menu, select Custom WB and choose that image. Then set your WB mode to Custom (if it's not already).
When you move to another site to take other photos, you must change your Custom WB image to another 'current' one. As the sun progresses through the day, your Custom WB will need to change as well. Auto WB will, in most conditions, be able to deal with changing light if you prefer not to keep updating your Custom WB.
You can change the resolution (dpi) of an image or of the copies you're making from the 6570. Here's instructions on how to do both:
Change the resolution of copies:
1. From the operator panel of the printer, press Copy Mode.
2. Press the menu button.
3. Press the arrow buttons until the Quality option appears.
4. Press the check to select Quality.
5. Press the arrows until the quality you want appears (you can't choose a specific dpi here, but you can adjust the quality).
6. Press the check to select it.
7. Press Start Color or Start Black.
Change the Resolution of an image: 1. Open Productivity Studio. 2. Click File > Open and select the image you want to edit. 3. Click Advanced. 4. Click Image Resolution/Size. 5. Select Photo Size to select from a list of defined photo sizes, or click Custom Size to enter a different size. 6. If you select Custom Size, type the width and height you want to use for the custom size.
It might be set to open file in the phone memory only. you need to set the taken pictures and video to the destination you want. Its on the Image or Video Setting. you need to choose between the memory card or phone.
In Adobe Bridge, select Tools > Photoshop > Web Photo Gallery. (Alternatively, in Photoshop, select: File > Automate > Web Photo Gallery.) The Adobe Web Photo Gallery wizard will open, offering you a myriad of different web page layouts and you can select your preferred style from the 'Styles' dropdown menu. If using Bridge, and you have selected specific images that you want on the page before creating the gallery, you can insert the pictures into your webpage automatically, under the 'Source images' menu, and the 'Use' pull-down menu, choosing, 'Selected images from Bridge,' which should be selected by default. If you need further instructions or run into different problems please let us know.