Re: photoshop: how do I turn a color pic to sepia and...
Well i can suggest a very simple solution for problem. Follow the video to create a sepia http://video.about.com/graphicssoft/Sepia-tone-look-in-photoshop.htm after that merge all the layers. Now add the original picture in you work and place it at the back of the Sepia Layer. Carefully erase the flower in the Sepia Layer and as you do this the flower from the original picture will show its original colors.
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Sounds like the camera was adjusted for flourescent lighting. The PowerShot should have a menu with various Lighting scenarios such as natural, outdoor, nighttime, sepia, etc. I would check this first. It should be easy to find. If you can't adjust the color properly with these pre-set options, there may be an RGB adjuster although I doubt it. You can certainly use a photo editor on your computer easily as well to adjust the color balance easily. If you don't use Photoshop there are free online photo editors such as http://www.gimp.org. You want to look for Color Balance and an RGB slide bar, it is quite fun to play around with.
If you are attempting to alter your Profile Picture (your main
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uppload a picture
take a picture
choose from an album
remove your picture (this is how people show up as question marks)
if you want to edit it as in change the tint or something, like you
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All cameras have a setting where you can play with the colors that the picture will be captured in.
Some offer the basic, color, B&W, sepia (reddish). Others, and I am willing to guess your Fuji since these cameras generally offer more settings.
check your manual and it can guide you on bringing those settings back to the normal colors.
Once you do find it, play with it so you will remember the setting location and even be able to enjoy some of the other options!
My preference is to always take pictures in color and modify with a software. Remember you can make a colored picture into other options, harder to make a B&W into color or other.
you need to check
1) same color ink of the cartridge almost empty, change a new ink cartridge or refill the color ink (there is only one ink cartridge)
2) the cartridge ink channel dryer and constipated, take out the cartridge put the bottom surface touch down clean water (a little) 1 hr, then set back if the cartridge has enough ink.
I had the same problem and read everything I could find about it. Finally after tinkering around, I discovered that printing everything using "Photo Enhance" setting produced the best pictures. Also, I use a calibrated monitor and print through Photoshop Elements 5. Lots of Luck! Cyndy