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Blurry pictures Using a point and shoot digital camera it was set on night mode by mistake. Pictures turned out blurry. They were taken inside at night using flash. Any soft ware know to correct this problem?

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Yes you can most likely used adobe photoshop to fix this problem.

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Outdoor pictures are all white


Double check the mode the carera is in to make sure you are not in manual mode. Most point and shoot digital cameras have an auto mode. Try putting the camera in auto mode to see if that helps. In manual mode you have to select the appropriate Fstop setting (how much light gets through the lens) and the shutter speed (how long the lens stays open during the shot).

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When I take pictures it, the picture turns out all blurry. Is there any reason why?


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    Blurry pictures


    Adobe photoshop might help.

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    Shooting modes


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