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I have had photo studio for about 4 yrs but suddenly all my photos are loaded up very dark like a night scene. If i lighten them and same them and then veiw them in a different program they are washed out. I can't see any reason for this. I have reloaded to program from disc with no improvememt. Any suggestions??

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First have you tried to see them in another program without doing anything to them first ? And it could be possible that you are missing a driver or something in the program was corrupted I would make a back up of the pictures and then re install the program and look on the web site for updated drivers. Or go to the company web site and check for any updates to your program.

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SOURCE: i have a copy of photo studio 5.5 i had with a

You could probaly check the website of it or its a disk that cant be updated

Posted on Jan 26, 2010

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How do I lighten the pictures?


Check your camera settings:

White balance should be set to auto,
ISO should be set to auto,
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If images are still too dark change ISO setting to 200. If that doesn't work change to 400. If that still doesn't work change exposure compensation to +1. If your photos are still too dark your camera is defective.

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Dark picture at night when using falsh


It could be 1 of 3 issues:-

1) You have to be within about 2 metres of the subject, press the photo button half way and then pause for a half second to allow the camera to measure distance and light, then continue until the photo is taken.

2) Make sure all your settings are on Auto and try again. It may be currently set to a specific scene setting which is distorting your photos.

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My nikon D60 is taking dark photos.


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I want to know that how to adjust exposure level in sharp 1118 or how to make light copy with diganostics mode


l For manual copy density adjustment, press the AUTO/
MANUAL/PHOTO ( / / ) key to select
MANUAL ( ) and adjust with the LIGHT ( ) and
DARK ( ) keys as desired.
l For photographs, select PHOTO ( ) and then adjust with the
LIGHT ( ) and DARK ( ) keys as desired.
l There are 9 exposure steps indicated by 5 indicator lights. (The
indicators light up one or two at a time.)
Successive pushes of the LIGHT ( ) key will change the
indicator lights in the order (3) / (3•2) /(2) / (2•1) / (1).
Successive pushes of the DARK ( ) key will change the
indicator lights in the order (3) / (3•4) / (4) / (4•5)/ (5)
The automatic exposure level can be adjusted to suit your copying
needs.
1 Press the AUTO/MANUAL/PHOTO ( / / ) key
to select the PHOTO ( ) mode.
2 Press and hold the AUTO/MANUAL/PHOTO ( / /
) key for approximately 5 seconds.
l The PHOTO ( ) indicator will go out and the AUTO indicator
will begin to blink.
l One or two exposure indicators corresponding to the automatic
exposure level which has been selected will light up. The factory
default setting is level “3”.
3 Press the LIGHT ( ) or DARK ( ) key to lighten
or darken the automatic exposure level as desired.
4 Press the AUTO/MANUAL/PHOTO ( / / ) key.
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change it again by this procedure.
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AUTO

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http://www.canon.co.jp/imaging/mode/camera/scene-e.html

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Exposure control options


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Exposure control options


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