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Re: Why don't the colors in my picture look right?

When you take pictures under certain artificial lighting conditions, the colors may be slightly distorted. You can use your Image Expert software to adjust the colors.

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Don,
This has to do with the color space that your camera is shooting in. Somehow this setting must have been inadvertently changed in your camera. The color Space that you are currently shooting in is called Adobe RGB (_MG_4984.JPG) what you want to shoot in so that you don't have to rename your files is sRGB (IMG_4984.JPG). Adobe RGB is used for commercial Printing and other such things. Now then how to change it back:
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http://www.usa.canon.com/cusa/support/consumer/eos_slr_camera_systems/eos_digital_slr_cameras/eos_rebel_xsi#BrochuresAndManuals

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hi there,

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it will wip a digital camera every time here,,
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