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posted 3/15/2008 5:17:36 PM |
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Today I went to see my brand-new baby niece, she is still less than 24 hours old. Before I went I broke down and bought myself a new digital camer, now the old one I had was to be blunt a piece of shit. it would only hold 16 pics, and now let me tell you thats not enough when it comes to babies and heck it took awful pics. Well my problem is since I didn't know how to use it I handed it off to others who did until I could read up on it. Some of the pics are blurry and I do not know how to fix them. Does anyone have any ideas on how to fix it?

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Mar 15 @ 5:21PM  
when you download them onto your computer you should be able to fix them there

Mar 15 @ 5:23PM  
my camera has an "instant fix" in the edit and rearrange photos section, sometimes that helps, or maybe your friends and family take bad photos. Congrts on the new relative.

Mar 15 @ 5:29PM  
Some of the pics are blurry and I do not know how to fix them. Does anyone have any ideas on how to fix it?
its 1 or 2 things....The photograpers.. Moved when taking the pic, or the Camera was Out of focus. Sometimes when you "Zoom" in...really close you have to be 100% Still, cause it is sooo senitive to movement! Check the lens also...there could be a smudge on it, and at certain angles the light will make it show up.
Experence will fix that.. Play with it (Um the Camera..silly)....get use to it..!
I do not know of anyway to "Fix" the Blurred photos that have been taken, sorry!
BTW.. Congrats!!!

Mar 15 @ 5:30PM  
you should get a memory card...they run around 15 bucks for an sd memory card if that is what your cam takes.

the pics are blurry b/c your hand is shaky, there might be a mode on the camera with the hand on it which takes the picture quicker so that it comes out less blurry.

Mar 15 @ 5:34PM  
Too bad you didn't have a question about stereo's, as I know how to hook'em up and all that good stuf with my eyes closed...but when it comes to camera's, I'm fucking lost too!

Mar 15 @ 5:35PM  
It depends on how blurry they are - some cameras (as was stated) have a built-in editor, otherwise some graphics software might help.

As for when taking pictures...I think most cameras have an auto-focus feature - and oftentimes all you have to do is kind of tap the shutter button thingy (what do they call those things? drawing a blank...) and it focuses...tap again (harder) and it takes the pic. At least, all the cameras I've had do that...

Good luck!!!

Mar 15 @ 5:45PM  
Read the instructions. '

I bought a new camera about threee years ago and for the first few months that I went anywhere I carried the instruction booklet with me. While digital camera's can take amazing pictures if it's a lousy shot then it's a lousy shot. Things like red eye and that are easy to fix along with too dark or too light.

Seriously read the instruction booklet... it's amazing what you can do and have fun@

Mar 15 @ 5:58PM  
LOL, after talking with Whisperingcomet I looked at my camera under my handy dandy bright light (did i ever tell you folks i'm visually impaired a tiny tiny bit) and there is an auto something or other on there, and it was on manual instead, it is now on auto, took a much better picture of my coat piled in the corner now that I did that. Thank you all for your suggestions, and yes I will be sitting down with the book now that i've seen my niece, I honestly just bought it less than an hour before visiting her.

Mar 15 @ 6:15PM  
From someone who's done this for more years than I care to mention, this blurry is very tricky and Most of the time can't be corrected.

invest in a memory card as advised above. Set the camera to take the Least amount of pictures for the memory you have. You'll get a High PDI so when you edit you compressing and not expanding. you'll also get slightly bigger photo's which is what you want to print and a better quality print.

Squeeze the shutter, don't press real hard. Be as gentle on that shutter as you are with your niece. You won't jerk the camera that way. And I know it's tempting but don't be in a hurry, that's another way to jerk the camera and blur your shot.

If I can help in any other way, Ask.


Mar 15 @ 6:22PM  
took a much better picture of my coat piled in the corner now that I did that

Are you gonna post that one here??? Oooh, or something else, perhaps?

Mar 15 @ 6:52PM  
Yes a a Mem card at least 1 gig should hold at least 100 pics depending on quality

Mar 15 @ 9:12PM  
It's your film speed on your camera most likely. Find the manual and look under the index under ISO. It should tell you how to adjust it. Mine was taking blurry pics, because my hands shake and I just adjusted the iso speed and it was fine. I think that's the problem, or it's your focus, which I doubt. Most of the new digital camera's have auto focus. The professional ones, you have to focus. If I was there, I'd have it working in a heartbeat. Tell me if that works.

Mar 16 @ 1:49AM  
I doubt that I can be of help. But it does look like you have a lot of good comments on here. I hope you get it straightened out.

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