do not trust both your camera LCD screen, and also your PC monitor before calibration, it can be that your PC monitor is wayyyyyy off, google "monitor calibration" and learn more.
[QUOTE=miaoteh;6035025]like what others said, learn how to use the histogram to guide you, the color in an underexposed photo is always dull, the color will become more vivid when you get the exposure right.
normally what settings i need to use to improve the quality of my photo. how to get my exposure right. help me CS family.. give some tips please.
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and its very sunny.. just wondering why my image is like this.
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Don't shoot in P mode unless you are familiar with the Set Picture Control. For the time being, try out in Auto (Dial Setting) and in Cam Menu, ensure WB is in auto, Picture Quality in Fine and Color Space set to sRGB. Hope it helps.
In P mode: there is no auto-flash; you have to manually select 'flash'. P mode allows user to adjust finer settings to the image quality. If left in default settings, the pictures will turn out dull all the time.
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Title Understanding exposure / Bryan Peterson. Author Peterson, Bryan F. Publisher New York : Amphoto, 1990. Physical Description 144 p. : col. ill. ; 29 cm. Notes Includes index. Search by Subjects Photography Exposure. Where to find it
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Most copies are on loan. It depends on your luck I guess