Question about Cameras
More details about the camera would be amazing, but I venture to guess it's either White Balance that is set wrong, or, less likely, something is wrong with the sensor. Either way, pictures have been already taken could potentially be salvaged through post-production. Picasa, for example, available for free download, offers options to change the tint of the picture or autocorrect contrast.
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Posted on May 19, 2011
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