Question about Polaroid Photography
I have a Polaroid P (not digital). I have just taken my first picture which came out blurry. How do I avoid that & can I switch the flash off?
Blurry pictures are caused usually by one of two things:
1. Camera not focused correctly (ie set to wrong distance)
2. Camera shake (due to not holding the camera steady or too long a shutter speed)
Camera shake is very common and usually occurs when the light is low and/or you zoom in on a subject.
The cure is to make sure the lens is focused (this may be automatic but you should get some indication such as a green light?) and keep the camera steady by perhaps using a wall or lamppost or even a tripod. Having said all that in good daylight there should not be a problem holding the camera and if the flash is going off then you should certainly not be getting camera shake.
I am afrid I dont know the model to say how to turn the flash off but hope this is useful anyhow.
Posted on Sep 19, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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