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My camera taking crapy pictures

Recently my camera started taking crapy pictures, they come out blurry and/or extremely bright, even when not using the flash. what could be wrong? The colors are jsut not beautiful and crisp.

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  • Paula Messer May 27, 2007

    I see it both on the view screen of the camera and then on the computer monitor.

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Where are you seeing images like this? More setail here please.

Posted on May 27, 2007

  • Anonymous May 27, 2007

    Lets start with the blurriness.
    Could this be you are getting too close here and could shifting to macro[20cm].
    The picture you show of the Butterfly looks great and its immediate foliage but the background is out of focus because the aperture has come large to get the light right for the exposure.
    Now you could experiment with aperture priority
    when you set the aperture say to give depth of field but the expose will lengthen to compensate thus risking a blurry picture because of camera shake due to longer exposure
    or you can go shutter priority setting say for a fast shot to get the butterfly before it takes off in which case the the aperture will open up[shallow depth of field- blurry background]

    Its all trade off I feel and something I struggle with from time to time.

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