Fixing Snaps in a Snap

Note that I worked out this method assuming the limitations of a typical point-and-shoot camera, the limitations that I explained last week. It is by no means ideal for pictures from a digital SLR. Also, this method cannot rescue bad exposures. Indeed, nothing can rescue bad exposures from a digital point-and-shoot. A digital SLR or film camera may still record extractable information from a bad exposure but with a digital point-and-shoot, what you see on the LCD after you take the picture is very close to what you will get.

Source: TidBits


Posted: Mon - June 20, 2005 at 07:43 PM