Flicka in the sun

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  1. diggy415

    diggy415 TPF Noob!

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    One of many nice days in Nrthn calif before the winter really settles in:

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    they're both overexposed...but cool snake.
     
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    Ah I'm scared of snakes! but nice photos. I agree with the over exposed. Just check the exposure, and you should be good. :D
     
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    i have a kodak z650 and set it to the outdoor setting, it's automatic, i don't know what all the fancy numbers are and what means what, i always get that white flash look, ill go to the help section to see if anyone else has a camera like mine.
     
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    Chris of Arabia Herding cats since 1988... Supporting Member

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    If it's anything like my wife's Kodak, it's extremely easy to knock the exposure compensation setting on one of the buttons on the back. Have a look at the manual for the camera and see how it's set for your model.
     

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