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    DefaultHelp please. Is this exposure or sun problems.

    I just can't get it right. I have spend hours trying. Iam using my back yard so I can see when it gets better or worse.

    The exposure on my camera is -2.0 +2.0 I think I made it lower.

    Excuse My Erns. I had told him he could have a biscuit and think he got over excited. ;D
    These ones I took late afternoon.



    Look at Ernies white bowl. Never looked that sparkling bright.

    Look at the chair. This one I took early morning.


    what on earth an I doing wrong. They are horrible.
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    DefaultRe: Help please. Is this exposure or sun problems.



    Shooting Date/Time
    Tv(Shutter Speed)
    1/194Sec.
    Av(Aperture Value)
    F2.9
    Metering Modes
    Multi-spot
    Exposure Compensation - (This is one of your problems)
    +11 9/10

    ISO Speed
    100


    Tv(Shutter Speed)
    1/34Sec. (The SS is way to slow and a big reason why it's blurry and overexposed)
    Av(Aperture Value)
    F2.9
    Metering Modes
    Multi-spot
    Exposure Compensation
    +9 2/10 Same as the other one... -1 EC would have darkened it a bit.

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    DefaultRe: Help please. Is this exposure or sun problems.

    What model camera do you have???

    Have you considered upgrading to a better camera???

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    DefaultRe: Help please. Is this exposure or sun problems.

    [quote=Jimbo ]
    What model camera do you have???

    Have you considered upgrading to a better camera???

    [/quote

    I have no control over the shutter speed. It is a point and shoot cheapy and pics seem to be getting worse. I have had the camera about 2 years.

    Oh yes I have considered getting a better camera. Might have to.

    How could you tell all the details.




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    DefaultRe: Help please. Is this exposure or sun problems.

    How could you tell all the details.
    Microsoft Photo Info

    I have no control over the shutter speed. It is a point and shoot cheapy and pics seem to be getting worse. I have had the camera about 2 years.

    Oh yes I have considered getting a better camera. Might have to.
    I think upgrading to a better point & shoot like the Sony DSC H9 or even a DSLR like the Canon XTi or the Nikon D40x would be a good move...


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    DefaultRe: Help please. Is this exposure or sun problems.

    There is an extension I use for Firefox called Exif Viewer. I just right click a photo on any webpage and select View Exif data. If the data is still intact and hasn't been stripped A window pops up and gives me all the details.

    More on Exif - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Exif

    Also, I think there is something wrong with your camera. It's almost of if there is moisture on the lens. How do the pictures in other environments like inside a building etc?
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    DefaultRe: Help please. Is this exposure or sun problems.

    Here is one I took of my granddaughter 6 weeks ago. Yes wall behind wasn't good, but it isn't as bad as pale stuff lately.



    I took this a few moments ago.


    I took this on macro last week.


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    DefaultRe: Help please. Is this exposure or sun problems.

    Looks to me like your camera is really over-exposing stuff. Can you take it in to the shop to be fixed, or isn't it worth doing so?

    I agree, a better camera may be on the horizon.

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