I took photographs with my camera today, and the camera seemed to be shooting properly, but when I looked back on my photos there is a black shadow half way across each of the photographs I took today. Yesterday my camera was working fine and the results were fine, it seems to have happened today. It's not the lens, as i changed the lens when I got home to see if that was the problem. Can anyone help me?
2 cent plastic pin holding AF sub-mirror broke. See above. Unfortunately Canon charges a bit above 2 cents to fix it. Saving pennies on plastic instead of metal will make Canon a boatload of money because they will all break eventually. Of course if everyone changes manufacturer on their next camera this might backfire.
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"Forced flash" is when you force the flash to fire even if the camera thinks there's enough light to photograph without it.
As an example, consider taking a photo of a person outdoors with the sun coming from one side and casting half the face in shadow. By forcing the flash to fire, you can illuminate the shadowed portion without affecting the background.
You're seeing blown-out highlights. These are the portions of your photos that have been so overexposed that they've gone pure white, losing all detail. The camera doesn't know whether you were deliberately going for this effect, but this is generally considered a bad thing and so the camera is warning you about it. The proper fix is to use exposure compensation to reduce exposure and shoot again to bring back the highlight details. This risks losing details in the shadows as they go pure black, but this is generally considered not as bad. After all, we don't expect to see details in the dark.
That was the long answer. The short answer is to press up/down on the multiselector to cycle through the different views of your photo until you see one you prefer.
Hi, The black photo problem means the lens sensor is spoiled due to over exposure to heat. Its better to give it to cannon service centre. If your camera is under warranty period its well and good they will replcae the lense sensor for free of cost. Thank you
try this photography technique called panning... panning is when your shooting a moving object you need to follow that moving object while pressing shutter speed..this technique is the technique photographers to capture moving objects...Have you seen a picture that has a blurry background and focused subject (ex. cyclist) panning is used to create this kinds of pictures...try to search in google or photo sites about Panning