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Im just taking pictures. at first for a test i took picture of myself and i look then its ok. the second i set it to timer and then when i looked at the result the picture is so bright and then everytime i try taking pictures it have the same bright result.

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Depending in the model of camera, check the menu for more specific settings. Some models you could turn the flash off or on and in giving points even red eye corrections, so chec your camera menu for settings.

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