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All my photos have a blue tone help - Digital Cameras

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  • Nanci40 Jul 18, 2008

    Not all of my pictures have that bluish tone, but some do, and I can't figure out what I'm doing that is causing it.

  • dazlgirl Aug 24, 2008

    Yes, all my photos have a blue tone.....please help me with this, if possible.

    I have tried to research my manual that came with my camera, but it is too complicated.

  • kappman Aug 27, 2008

    OOPS I missed

  • hautboisgirl Oct 24, 2008

    The same thing's happening with mine too.

  • mvanderaa Feb 01, 2009

     I have the same problem. But only when the pictures are taken with the camera in the "auto" position. I have no clue how do change this..........anyone has idea?

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If you're using an E-500, this one should be easy. It sounds like a simple white balance issue. Just turn the camera on and, without going to the menu screen, press the WB button (the up arrow above the OK button). Change the WB setting to "AUTO" and you should be all set.

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I have the same problem but only on pictures that are outdoors

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All of a sudden, ALL of my pictures have a blue cast to them.....I took pictures of the birth of my grandchild, and am desperate to learn if I can filter out that blue and save them !!!!
HELP !!!!!!!

Posted on Aug 24, 2008

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