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Pictures come out very yellow/orange

I shoot interior homes for Realtors with a wide angle. I try not to use the flash because of the bottom shadow. My photos lately are coming out very muddy & orange. Any suggestions on settings. I'm going to try shooting on the quick action/sports mode today to see if that helps. I usually shoot on the landscape. Maybe that's my problem.

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  • kontiepa May 23, 2008

    If using the lens hood, remove it, to avoid unwanted bottom shadows....

  • Anonymous Jul 27, 2008

    Same problem.took camera to where I bought it.they tell me i need to adjust the white balance setting but that is not working.

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Remove the lens hood to avoid unwanted bottom shadows.

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