You are shooting in Macro mode. You need to find out from the manual how far away you have to be with the camera. (you can use the zoom to get a closer result). You need very strong light, or you need to cover the persons eyes with something substantial such as a thick folded towel. You can not fire the flash into a person eyes at close range. You need to shoot using a tripod. Macro shots are hard to get with good focus, so a tripod is always best. if you cannot use a regular tripod, then purchase a small tripod for a digital that you can wear around your neck and brace it's legs against your chest.
Now to make the actual shot you need to focus using the focusing brackets on the screen. You point the camera where you want it and push the shutter button HALF way down to focus your shot, if it is not clear then make any needed adjustments and focus again. When you can see on the screen that it is a clear shot then finish depressing the shutter button.
Make sure that you have a card in the camera, and set the camera for macro mode.
Shoot your photos. Turn off the camera. use the cord that comes with the camera and hook the USB end into the computer(the bigger end. You should have USB ports in back or in front. there will be alittle diagram. Make sure the little diagram on the cord is upright to match the one on the computer. Your camera will have a little door on the body that when you open it you will find the little socket that the other end fits into. Now you can turn on the camera and download your photos to your computer.
If yo have any trouble or any questions doing this let me know. I would suggest some trial runs taking pictures of each other before you get to the other people. Thank you for using Fix Ya and please rate this solution.
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If it has micro usb hook it up to your computer and make sure it has recognized it, it should be in "My computer" select picture with left click of mouse, drop down box click send to, and your phone should be at the bottom. This is PC with mouse right go click options left click.
Yes purchase an USB micro SD card reader. ALTERNATE WAY TO TRANSFER PHOTOS TO COMPUTER If your photos are stored on the memory card, then remove the memory card from the camera and insert it into an USB memory card reader. Connect this USB memory card reader and memory card into the USB port of your working computer. Your computer will see this as an USB Mass Storage Device or an external storage device; you can then open the folder on the memory card and copy the photos to your computer. Memory card reader is a handy device and is inexpensive. You can copy photos from other cameras and you can also download photos off your memory card to someone else's computer without the need of installing any programs.
There are two ways to import your photos. One, your camera should have an sd card which you can eject and put into your computer. The sd card should have all your photos and videos in it. Typically the card is located near the battery and you can press down on it and it should pop out. You may also need a sd card reader or micro sd card reader if it doesn't fit in your computer. Second, your camera should also have a usb port, whether micro or mini or whatever. It should have a port to connect to your computer through a usb cable. In this case, just connect your camera to your computer and it should show up on your computer like an extra drive where you can go in and see all your photos. Also, the folder that holds everything is usually labed DCIM i believe. Hope this helps.
You need a usb cable provided by the cellphone manufacturer to connect it to laptop. After connecting it to laptop the phone memory card will be displayed in a window & windows explorer after detecting it by the laptop as pen-drive. You can check the folders inside the card with camera album or photos etc.
If you're using an Android phone, that's easy! First, connect your phone to computer, then select the MTP or PTP mode on your phone. Then you can transfer files between phone and computer casually.
If you're using an iPhone, you will need some tool. Like iTunes, iCloud, FonePaw iOS Trasnfer etc which can help you transfer files between iPhone and computer.
First download the program, and connect your device as well as the Android phone. Then select the files you want to transfer and that's OK. The steps to download photos from phone to computer is easy.
This should be easy to find, but I must be a complete dunce because I can't find it in the user's manual or anywhere else. How does one transfer photos from the phone to a PC using the USB cable. I emailed support about this, but the only replies I got were one, to install Nokia Ovi Suite on the PC, which is not a good solution, because often it is necessary to transfer photos to computers that don't have that software installed. Or second, to connect using mass storage mode. The problem with that is that mass storage mode can only access the memory card, but the camera stores the photos in phone memory. I was able to successfully download a few photos by clicking on options/organize which gave the option of moving the photo to the memory card from where it could be downloaded. Now however, I find that that option has disappeared for recent photos, and options/organize only offers the option of "create new folder". Can anyone tell me how to perform the simple task of transferring my photos to a PC? (I don't have Bluetooth).
Your camera has a SD card slot. If you have one of these in your camera then it is just a matter of transferring them from the card to your computer. Most stores that carry the SD cards will have a card reader you can buy. You connect the card reader to your computer and insert your SD card into it. From there you can open up this card reader in MY computer, select your photos, right click and hit copy. The you open up the file you want to put them in (like my documents then my pictures) and right click again and go to paste. This wil transfer all those pictures you have selected onto your computer but they will still be on the SD card too. Hope this helps. The card readers cost about $20 give or take.