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Bright light How do you reduce glare when taking photo's? Whenever I take photo's at beaches on a bright day they are very washed out.

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Hold the camera steady on the subject for a second or two before snapping the photo with less than half of the picture taken above the horizon (aim low, not high). This should render better pictures.

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Hi whenever i try to take photos in the sun like on the beach they come out really dark please help


Please check the light settings and change from high sensitivity to even a manal mode or a bright sunlight setting.
It is possible that the incident light is too powerful and so changes the auto light sensor to give a correction to the CCD so as to make it less brighter.
You can also try and use filters that can reduce the glare but give a better picture contrast.
If not use the manual mode, correct the speed and aperture.

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Place your camera in MACRO mode to shorten the focal length. Make sure your flash is off. You can zoom in a little bit, but the trick to using MACRO mode is finding how close you can get to the photo without blurring- it takes some practice. You want enough light coming over your shoulder so the picture is not dim, but no glare either. If you can prop your photo up at an angle so that you cand find the "sweet spot" that gives you good lighting and minimal glare, you are home free!

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That depends on what you're doing. If you want to block light so you can use slower shutter speeds, use a neutral-density filter. If you want to hold back some of the light so as to darken the sky without darkening the foreground, use a graduated neutral density filter. If you want to block visible light so you can take infrared photos, use an infrared filter. If you want to reduce reflections and glare, use a circular polarizing filter.

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Here is the Advanced Manual.
http://gdlp01.c-wss.com/gds/0900001188/PSA540_530CUGad-EN.pdf
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it's pretty normal.. try wearing a brimmed hat to create shade, turning the brightness up on the screen, the lcd's tend to get washed out in the bright sun.

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Glaring nothing but bright can't see the picture


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Press Menu.
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Very grainy pictures indoors at night


If you can adjust the ISO sensitivity to a lower number then the graininess will be reduced.

However, by reducing the ISO, you will need a slower shutter speed and a larger aperture. A tripod, table or other support may be necessary.

The "noise reduction" setting on the camera can also be adjusted a step up.

Taking pictures at full resolution and fine compression will also help.
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Overall, at least try lowering the ISO, and using the flash brighter.


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YES YES YES YES YES YES YES there is a solution if that is the r3 thing. There is a menu button and the menu button has four arrows around it right??? Yeah, well, press the arrow pointing west to change the flash's power. And if that doesnt work just press the up button instead and that should bring you to a menu or something where you can change what kind of picture the camera will take. At least, thats what i think...

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Pink circles and glares with sunset photos


It may have to do with the black ring. (think football players). I'm guessing either that or the more sensitive, noisier CCD is to blame!!! Good Luck!!!

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