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Jun
22
comment How do I use manual focus on my Canon PowerShot SX210 IS?
Thanks, so the distance bar tells me that the distance between the camera and the subject is 20cm. How am I supposed to use that information? Sorry for the dumb question, but I need to know this.
Jun
22
comment How do I use manual focus on my Canon PowerShot SX210 IS?
Thanks, distance bar tells us the distance between the subject and the camera?
Jun
22
asked How do I use manual focus on my Canon PowerShot SX210 IS?
Jun
22
comment Why does AWB mode on my camera produce a blue tinge in photographs?
@Henry I'll see how AWB behaves indoors and post here.
Jun
22
comment Why does AWB mode on my camera produce a blue tinge in photographs?
The road is even blue, in that photograph :mad:
Jun
22
accepted Why does AWB mode on my camera produce a blue tinge in photographs?
Jun
22
comment Why does AWB mode on my camera produce a blue tinge in photographs?
Thanks, I don't have the raw mode. So the conclusion is that the AWB mode is useless when I am outdoors? In the other outdoor photos too, I have the blue tinge involved, in fact I can say, if there is somewhat shade, I am doomed to have a blue tinge. I hope the camera isn't damaged.
Jun
22
comment Why does AWB mode on my camera produce a blue tinge in photographs?
@rfusca Added the photo, haven't tried this indoors. I'll check and then tell you.
Jun
22
revised Why does AWB mode on my camera produce a blue tinge in photographs?
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Jun
21
asked Why does AWB mode on my camera produce a blue tinge in photographs?
Jun
21
comment What is focal length and how does it affect my photos?
Does having a great focal length mean shallow depth of field?
Jun
21
comment How do I properly white-balance my photographs when I'm shooting in mixed-lighting environments?
@Jay By mixed lightening, did you mean more than one artificial light sources? In my case I have the tubelight and the day light mixed, can you shed any light on this situation?
Jun
21
comment How do I properly white-balance my photographs when I'm shooting in mixed-lighting environments?
@Evan @xpda Can you explain what is _manual neutral (5000K) white balance _, as it is said that this might be helpful for jpeg, I would like to know.
Jun
20
comment Advice needed for purchasing a new camera or/and lens
You have been too helpful. Now, understanding the zoom and the focal length is altogether a different topic, for which it is better for me to start a new thread. thanks again.
Jun
20
comment Advice needed for purchasing a new camera or/and lens
Thanks Andrew, I guessed you would answer something like that. I have just started the search, won't be purchasing anything till I am too much confident about what I am doing. :)
Jun
20
comment Advice needed for purchasing a new camera or/and lens
and what is this "Please avoid extended discussions in comments. Would you like to automatically move this discussion to chat?". I don't want to move anything to chat! That'll scatter the info.
Jun
20
comment Advice needed for purchasing a new camera or/and lens
Thanks for being too helpful :hattip: I have also noticed that when I zoom to the maximum in my camera, the f raises to 4.5, automatically. Is that a flaw or can be advantageous in some way?
Jun
20
accepted Advice needed for purchasing a new camera or/and lens
Jun
20
comment Advice needed for purchasing a new camera or/and lens
That means brand name doesn't matter, features do!
Jun
19
comment Advice needed for purchasing a new camera or/and lens
I have the 3.1 when there is zero zoom, the maximum is f8.0. I just read your camera supports RAW :) and it looks promising! I would like to ask on what basis do you decide that you'll be purchasing Olympus or some other brand? I ve heard the cannon is the best? And there is Nikon too? Too many choices!