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Dropped camera. Now screen is part picture, part gray, black and white rectangles.

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How do I add phone number(s) to my contacts? on my Lg Ally


How to Add Contacts to the LG Ally
1.Touch the "Contacts" icon on the screen of your LG Ally. The "Contacts" icon is at the bottom of the screen. The icon is a gray and white rectangle with a thin green bar across the top.
2.Press the "Menu" button on the bottom of the LG Ally and touch "New Contact" on the screen. The "Menu" button is the third button from the left in the row of buttons.
3.Slide the phone open to access the keyboard and enter the name of your contact.
4.Touch any of the information categories and enter the information using the keypad. Information categories include phone number and email address.
5.Tap the "+" icon to add more information categories, such as additional phone numbers or email addresses. Tap the button next to the new information category to access a menu of category names, and then enter the information using the keypad.
6.Press the "Picture Frame" icon on the screen, which is a white and gray rectangle with a "+" on it, and then touch one of the pictures in your album to assign that picture to the contact.
7.Touch "Done" on the LG Ally screen to save the contact to memory.

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Apr 14, 2011 | LG Cell Phones

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CAN YOU PLEASE EXPLAIN TO TO ME WHAT IS EV COMPENSATION AND HOW DOES IT WORK


EV compensation is "Exposure Value compensation". The camera contains an exposure meter which determines how much light is on the scene and sets the exposure appropriately. However, this meter does not know WHAT you're taking a picture of, nor does it know what effect you're going for. The best it can do is to assume you're taking a picture of an "average" scene and want it to be of "average" brightness. It does this by assuming the scene is "middle gray," halfway between black and white. Most of the time this works fine, because most scenes are, well, average.
However, this is not always the case. Suppose you're taking a picture of a white dog playing in the snow. Almost everything in the scene is bright white, but the camera doesn't know that. It tries to make the scene middle gray, and the result is that you get a gray dog playing in gray snow.
On the other hand, suppose you're taking a picture of a black cat sleeping on the hood of a black car. Here everything is black, but the camera doesn't know it. It tries to make an average scene, resulting in a gray cat sleeping on a gray car.
EV compensation allows you to override the camera's exposure setting. In the first example, you'd want to add two or three stops (positive EV compensation) to force the camera to render the dog and snow as white instead of gray. In the second example, you'd want to subtract a stop or two (negative EV compensation) to render the cat black instead of gray.
How much EV compensation is correct? Well, that depends on the scene. With a digital camera, you can look at the picture and see whether the dog looks white or the cat looks black. Film photographers take lots of shot, using various levels of EV compensation, so that one of them would come out right.

Mar 19, 2011 | DXG Technology DXG-505V Digital Camera

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Hello, I would like my pictures to have a white background. When I take the picture on a white background the background ends up looking gray. I am taking pictures of baby clothing and I want the clothing...


Exposure meters are designed on the premise that the scene is an average, middle gray, in brightness. If you take a picture of a white dog playing in the snow, the camera will try to make the picture come out middle gray (a gray dog playing in gray snow). If you take a picture of a black cat sitting on black asphalt, the camera will try to make the picture come out middle gray (a gray cat sitting on gray ground).

If the white background is dominating the scene, the camera will reduce exposure to try to make the entire scene come out middle gray. The solution is to meter on something else. Move in close and fill the frame with the subject, press the AE-LOCK button, then move back, compose the picture, and take the shot. For full details, refer to the "Shooting with the exposure locked --- AE-LOCK" section in the manual (page 52 in my copy).

If you're taking a lot of pictures, you might want to switch to Manual mode and set the exposure accordingly.

Dec 29, 2010 | Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-F717 Digital Camera

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I take pictures of white puppies on the same table in the same room.. some of the lighting is fine, some dark could it be the sandisk..??


Most likely it's the camera. Almost all cameras are designed to meter the scene as a medium gray. If you photograph white puppies in the snow, the camera will try to make the whole picture come out a medium gray, leading to gray puppies in gray snow. If you photograph black puppies in a coal bin, the camera will again try to make the whole picture come out a medium gray, leading to gray puppies in gray coal.

For this reason most cameras provide some means of adjusting the exposure. Since you didn't specify the make and model of your camera, I can't tell you exactly how to do it. Please look in the manual under "Exposure Compensation."

Jul 02, 2010 | SanDisk ULTRA II 4GB Compact Flash Card...

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Black screen when taking pictures and videos.


I just had this problem! And the answer is simple - just hit the DISP. button and the image should return.

May 28, 2010 | Canon PowerShot SD1100 IS Digital Camera

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Nikon D2X camera dropped it takes pictures intermittently.


i'd take or ship the camera to Nikon, or an authorized Nikon service center, for repair. you're unlikely to get around this problem any other way. good luck...

Mar 03, 2009 | Nikon D2X Digital Camera

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Dropped camera- screen is white


OK. I think you should replaced damaged camera LCD. And you should take care of camera lens.

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Jan 08, 2008 | Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T10 Digital Camera

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Gray screen


Adjust the camera in screen on colors not in black and white.

Jan 05, 2008 | Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W50 Digital Camera

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Nixon coolpix L11


if the resulting images are the same, you have damaged the camera settings/controllers. see how they look on your computer.
if only the display on the camera is damaged, you should consider asking for a flat rate repair. most makers offer a price for major and minor repairs, and never charge beyond that.
good luck
mark

Nov 25, 2007 | Nikon Coolpix 5700 Digital Camera

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