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Brian K. Metski
BetterPhoto Member Since: 9/30/2003
 

what is causing this


 
 
i have a nikonD70s and this seems to be happing alot where the image the image is white.


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11/9/2007 3:55:07 PM

 
Todd Bennett
BetterPhoto Member Since: 11/8/2004
  Brian,

It looks as though it's blown out highlights; but, why it is showing up that color, I have no idea.


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11/10/2007 6:46:05 AM

 
Brian K. Metski
BetterPhoto Member Since: 9/30/2003
  thanks for your input. that is the problem just need to figure out what causeing it now only happens once in awhile


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11/10/2007 11:38:38 AM

 
Todd Bennett
BetterPhoto Member Since: 11/8/2004
  What are the settings for the shot?


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11/10/2007 1:08:46 PM

 
Carolyn  M. Fletcher
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  I'm technically challenged, but how long have you had the camera? A while back there were some bad sensors out there and they caused goofy colors to show up, so you might check that angle out if the camera isn't a new one.


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11/11/2007 5:34:08 AM

 
Christopher A. Walrath
BetterPhoto Member Since: 4/25/2006
  I don't beleive it. What Brian seems to have here is a photograph of the ever-dwindling three-teared fuscia-scated left-haunch backwards-flying egret. Or its slightly lesser known cousin, the elongated over-starletted fuscia-scated upper-belly-torso Manganese treble hawk. So kick back and cheers. You've done it. A round on me. (P. S. Film doesn't do that.)


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11/11/2007 8:53:29 AM

 
Gregory LaGrange
BetterPhoto Member Since: 11/11/2003
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  Could be corrupted data. Where you see it can help determine where it happens, on the camera monitor, on the computer, upload direct from the camera or with a card reader...
There's always something that can go wrong, no matter what you use.
p.s. now has a knew meaning.


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11/11/2007 4:18:43 PM

 
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