Almost Sepia

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  1. Woko

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    Hi from my Sony A65 & me. The mode is Aperture Priority, f 5.6, s 1/500. The pictures are a blurred yellow/brown, almost sepia colour. How can my camera become normal again? Thanks.
     
  2. Andy Stanton

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    Check out your white balance. Usually yellow-brown indoor pics result from yellow incandescent light. This can easily be fixed with a white balance adjustment.
     
  3. Woko

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    Excellent Andy. I changed the white balance to Auto & problem solved. Thanks from an eager, photographic novice.
     
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    Glad to help. Enjoy your A65 - it's a sweet camera.
     
  5. Laura Hicks

    Laura Hicks DigitalCameraReview Editor

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    Hi, Woko. We love eager photographers! Keep us posted on your A65 and the images you capture with it. Do you love it? Anything you would change about it?
     
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    Hi Laura. Thanks for the welcome. I've had my A65 for nearly a year now but sadly I've up to my neck in bushfire prevention for quite a while so I've only been able to drag it out on occasions. I've been something of a technophobe but have persisted & am finding it satisfying learning the A65's features. It's certainly a great feeling to fire it up & try its different functions. I've even taken some photos! It's probably a bit early to talk about recommended changes but I'll keep you informed as I go along.
     
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