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Best way to take pics with 6000

Discussion in 'LG Electronics' started by rappo, Sep 19, 2003.

  1. rappo

    rappo Junior Member
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    No pictures of people indoors wearing blcak or any dark colors, even dark grays. Outdoors, avoid direct sunlight areas. Take the picture away from the light if possible. Also, bright white colors of clothing outdoors can be tricky.

    Outdoor shots are really the best way to go. Indoor shots seem to be not as sharp do to the lighting- unless you are in a retail store or something that is well lit.
     
  2. PjayzcivicHd84

    PjayzcivicHd84 Bronze Senior Member
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    i took a pic of my friend inside school wearing a black shirt whats wrong with it?
     
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  3. njsvrzncdma

    njsvrzncdma i cant stop the ringing..
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    people this is not a real digital camera the .3 megapixel rating is horrid. my 5.0 megapixel camera kills the phone by a million times. this camera on here is just a toy and nothing else. however i agree you need very well lit areas to take the pictues or i found by turning darkness mode on it slows the picture down but gives you some extra light when in dark places.
     
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