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Changeable options include color depth, white balance, saturation, distribution of image tones and application of sharpness. RAW files make-up >> The RAW file is composed of three separate sections: Camera Data, Image Data and the Image itself. By keeping these components separate it is possible to edit variables like white balance and color mode which are usually a fixed part of the file format. The Image itself. This is the data drawn directly from the sensor in your camera in a non-interpolated form.

3. Picture is too bright Problem: The picture looks too bright overall. Light areas of the photograph appear to be completely white with no details. Cause: The picture has been scanned with the wrong ‘exposure’ or ‘brightness’ setting. Solution: Re-scan the picture, but this time move the brightness or exposure slider towards the dark end of the scale before scanning. 4. Picture is too dark Problem: The picture looks too dark overall. There is no detail in the shadow parts of the photograph. Cause: The picture has been scanned with the wrong ‘exposure’ or ‘brightness’ setting.

Solution: If your subject is off to one side of the frame make sure that you lock focus (pressing the shutter button down halfway) on this point before re-composing and releasing the shutter button. 2. Picture too light Problem: The photograph appears washed out or too light with no detail in the light areas of the print. Cause: This is caused by too much light entering the camera causing the overexposure. Solution: You can resolve this problem by adjusting the camera’s exposure compensation control so that it automatically reduces the overall exposure by 1 stop.

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