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If this is showing up after printing the photos you need to change the exposure settings on your camera. You may have inadvertently changed the default setting so try restoring them first. If, however, it is the appearance of your phoros on the camera lcd screen that looks overexposed reduce the brightness of your display. Some cameras have a control on the bottom for doing this while others need you to go through the menu.

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