Everytime I take a picture with my D-550 I get photos with a very bright resolution. Especially outdoor photos.....it's almost as if the shutter is staying open too long. When I take picture outside, the photo looks like a flash of light.
I even have my flash turned off. Pictures in a low light setting are fine.
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You are shooting with the exposure bias set too far on the plus side, not familiar with the 550, do You have the user manual? If You look at exif data of posted photos, You will see that many are taken at settings below the midpoint. If You don't have a manual, go to the Olympus website, many manuals are available for download. You may also find the function in the menu based on sunny, cloudy, etc, this is important to set right
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QUESTION:::::::::: I have an M520 that used to take great pictures - now lately the picture is distorted and seems to be all grainy/green. I\'ve tried each of the options, resolutions, brightness controls, etc. Sometimes (not every time) after I make a change to the brightness or resolution or white balance setting the picture goes back to normal - but not everytime. Most of the time it\'s just unusable because it\'s so distorted... almost like it\'s over exposed? I\'ve literally checked every setting available to no avail. I want to say it started happening after doing a firmware upgrade. Anyone else having that problem?
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With film cameras you always wondered whether there was sufficient exposure in the census, and if there was another roll of film. With the camera you can take lots of pictures and then immediately switch to eliminate those that do not want. If you do not have the photo you want, you can probably try again. This is particularly useful for taking pictures of the group - somebody who always has his eyes closed. The two things that determine the number of pictures you can take before the download is the resolution (quality) and the amount of memory in your camera. You can buy memory cards that increase the number of photos the camera can hold.
Although it is possible to print large-sized 8x10 the highest resolution, eat memory, which limits the number of images you can store your camera. If you think about it, how many times you are going to be printing 8x10. Option is always there when you need it, but I recommend the vast majority of the pictures are taken with a medium resolution. When you have time to test a new camera, use the lower resolution may take several times, until you learned what you can do every option of a digital camera.
This useful feature allows you to take better pictures in bright sunlight where dark shadows can ruin a great photo. You can also use the shadow which illuminates the image look washed out without the full flash can provide. "Fill Flash" This is not the normal flash setting, is generally known and is less intense than the normal flash.
A polarizing filter gives you more contrast and richer, warmer tone when shooting outdoors. A polarizing filter can be rotated to give the desired effect. If you have polarized sunglasses, try to keep the sunglasses in front of your face and look through one of the lenses. Rotate the sunglasses and the difference in tone and contrast of your environment.
That's what you can do with a polarizing filter. If you do not have a filter, you can use your polarized sunglasses - just take one of the targets as close to your camera. Oh - Make sure your sunglasses are clean!
I suggest altering the settings a little and if that doesn't work try using a different software to enlarge images.
Such as windows photo gallery. That's not too good for enlarging just good for keeping the quality up if that isn't good enough try using a free trial of photo shop.
Hope I helped Dr Red
All cameras have multiple settings for picture quality. For example if you email a lot of pictures select a lower resolution. If you have "poster" size prints made select the highest resolution you camera will do. Go into your cameras set up and select the highest resolution you have. should be about 12MP. You have a high quality print with that.
You can set the resolution on the camera for lower resolution. You may not want to do this if you are planning to print the photos on a printer especially if you want larger prints. The best solution is to download the pictures in the cameras resolution and then reduce the resolution using a graphics program such as photoshop to a web format resolution.
There are shareware programs that can also reduce the resolutiion once loaded onto your PC.
It appears from researching that the native res for the Benq is too low 800x600 so I will never get a good picture even though most of the images I install are at least 10meg originals. Also the new projector will work in a bright room the Benq will not.
All pictures have 24-bit pixel depth, or 16 million colors at 144 dots per inch. The high resolution setting produces a standard size photo, 4.44" x 3.33" at 640 x 480 pixels. A wallet size photo of 2.22" x 1.67" at 320 x 240 pixels is produced using the standard resolution setting. Example: A picture with dimensions of 4.44" x 3.33" at a pixel count of 640 x 480 will have the same dpi as the same picture at a 320 x 240 pixel count with dimensions of 2.22" x 1.67" (dpi=144 x 144 or 20736 pixels per square inch). The larger picture will have a much higher resolution due to the fact that four times the pixels will define the same section of the picture in the larger photograph.
The standard 2MB internal flash memory stores either 60 standard resolution images or 30 high resolution images.
EPSON Accessories offers the PhotoSpan 2MB memory module (A882401) which increases picture storage to 65 high resolution or 130 standard resolution images.
The PhotoSpan 4MB memory module (A882411) makes it possible to take 100 high resolution or 200 standard resolution images.