Question about Canon EOS 20Da Digital Camera
HELP, I have to PHOTOSHOP Every photo! Looks cloudy/foggy/washed out...Using Photoshop either Auto contrast, auto color or auto levels to acheive right color in photo.
You may have an exposure compensation setting set above 0. it will produce such results. consult your manual for resetting exposure compensation. my guess is that you are about 1 to 2 f stops high. bringing it back to 0 will usually correct issue.
other poss. is white balance set to a custom setting that is irregular. this is less likely the issue.
assume you tried with various lenses and reproduced the results.
is it a genuine canon lens? possibly an 'L' series? you may have a contact problem from lens to camera. unlikely, but cleaning the contact points with a glass cleaning cloth and lens cleaner should eliminate that as an issue.
i am confident you have an exposure compensation setting issue. start there after you check the basics mentioned.
Posted on Dec 24, 2007
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