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Either restart your iPhone, or reboot the programme. It happens a bit with the 4S, but even more so with older iPhones.


To reboot the programme on the 4S, this is what I do:


1. Double-press the round home button. This will bring up a row of apps on the bottom of the screen. These are the apps that are currently running.

2. Swipe until you get to the Hipstamatic app.

3. Push down on the Hipstamatic app and hold until it jiggles and a red minus sign comes up.

4. Tap the red minus sign and your iPhone will shut the app down.

5. Press the round home button again - twice.

6. Now tap on the hipstamatic icon to open it again - it should now be fine.

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I want to move my picture to the right. About 1/4 of a person or writing is not viewable on the left side of the picture


If the photo has already been taken, and the area to the left has not been recorded, then there is no way that the missing part of the image can be restored. If, however, you notice the area is not in the viewfinder prior to taking the photograph, the solution is simple - re-frame the image, so that all of the subject appears in the viewfinder. If necessary, step back a pace or two (being mindful of any obstructions or other dangers behind you) until the viewfinder shows all that you wish to record. It is better to leave an area surrounding the subject, which can be removed in pp exercise, than to crop detail at the taking stage.
If the problem occurs when you are printing images, ensure that your image-editing software is set up to display the entire image, and that you are not inadvertently cropping it.

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There is something wrong with my Nikon D3000. It turns on but doesn't show anything on the screen and when I look through the lens it's shows a grainy dark film. It can't be the lense because I...


There seems to be two separate issues here. I'm going to assume you have a charged battery pack in the camera.

First, the screen. Turn the camera on. Do you see the menu when you press the MENU button? Does the shooting info show when you press the Info button? Can you see previously taken photos when you press the Playback button? If none of those show up then something is wrong with the screen (or the battery is dead).

Second, the viewfinder. First, make sure the viewfinder in the back is clean. Now turn the camera on and look through the viewfinder. Do you see the eleven focus marks? Do you see the info at the bottom? Now turn the camera off and remove the lens. Don't touch anything inside the camera! Do you see a mirror at a 45-degree angle? Is it clean? Look at the focusing screen above the mirror. Is it clean? Now look through the viewfinder and point the camera out a window. Do you see a more-or-less white blob, or the same grainy dark film?

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Some of my pictures are blurry using a cannon rebel 3. how can i fix this problem?


There are several possible causes for blurry pictures.
1) Camera motion. If everything is blurry, it's most likely because the camera moved while the picture was being taken. Make sure your shutter speed is fast enough if you're handholding the camera (longer lenses require faster shutter speed). Alternatively, put your camera on a stable surface, such as a tripod or a tabletop.
2) Subject motion. If the subject is blurry but the background is sharper, then the subject may have moved while the picture was being taken. Use a faster shutter speed. Raise the ISO if needed. There are limits, of course. If you're trying to photograph a fast-moving object in the dark, you probably won't be able to.
3) Improper focus. If the subject is blurry but something else in the picture is sharp, then the camera probably focused on the wrong object. Move the focus selector to the subject you want in focus. Alternatively, center the viewfinder on the subject, press the shutter button halfway to lock focus, then reframe and shoot.
Without any more specific information as to what and how your pictures are blurry, I'm afraid the above is all I can give you.

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My rebel canon camera doesn't show up on screen when taking pictures only after I take them


I presume you're asking about a Digital Rebel and not a 35mm film Rebel (as per the question heading).

If so, that's probably normal. It's only relatively recent dSLR models which have a "live preview" facility (often wrongly called "live view"). The whole point of an SLR is that the viewfinder is the main compositional viewing tool; the LCD is there solely to display and adjust camera functions and to review images already captured.

Most current and recent SLR's now have live preview, and all true SLR's are incapable of viewing the image at the actual moment of image capture as the viewfinder mirror must flip up out of the way of the image sensor.

If you want live preview then you must change your camera. if you tend not to use the viewfinder anyway then consider mirrorless Compact System Cameras such as the Olympus and Panasonic Micro Four Thirds models as they do have a true live view capability and the LCD is the main (or only) tool for composing images. Panasonic also have their regular Four Thirds G range, which look like an SLR but have an electronic viewfinder and they are also capable of true live view.

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Hi there, I don't know if it's a problem or not (I can live with it :) ). I just got a Canon EF 50mm f1.8 II lens, and I really love it. But: When I'm using the eye-level viewfinder (and not...


You may just have the left auto focus points selected. You don't say which camera model you have. If on the back of your camera you can see a button with an icon showing 5 small white blocks in a plus sign in a white box press this to select the auto focus points. It should show the available auto focus points and then use the left/right (wheel) button to change the selection

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My camera is locked. The viewfinder doesn't show an image and there is no button to press that will take a picture. There is a large yellow dot to the right of viewfinder and when tap it it enlarges...


Either restart your iPhone, or reboot the programme. It happens a bit with the 4S, but even more so with older iPhones.


To reboot the programme on the 4S, this is what I do:


1. Double-press the round home button. This will bring up a row of apps on the bottom of the screen. These are the apps that are currently running.

2. Swipe until you get to the Hipstamatic app.

3. Push down on the Hipstamatic app and hold until it jiggles and a red minus sign comes up.

4. Tap the red minus sign and your iPhone will shut the app down.

5. Press the round home button again - twice.

6. Now tap on the hipstamatic icon to open it again - it should now be fine.

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U have a Canon dos rebel cd, and the light meter and everything in the viewfinder is blurry, has anyone else had this problem, and how did you fix it


There should be a diopter adjustment control near the viewfinder. Try adjusting that while looking into the viewfinder.

If that doesn't do it, please feel free to reply to this post, specifying the exact model of your Canon Rebel.

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My Canon EOS 450D shows busy while trying to click on AF auto mode and it does not click at all.


There are several contributing factors to this problem and I'll try to list a few that may be the cause.
All Canon EOS camera auto focus modes us contrast to focus this means simply that no contrast there is no focus. There is a small green dot in the lower right corner of the viewfinder that will come on and stay on solid when auto focus as been achieved. By default the shutter will not operate "click" if auto focus has not been made.

Here are a few examples of where auto focus will ether search (focus back and forth) or fail completely.

A solid painted wall, glass between the camera and subject, mirror, chrome, any large body of water, clear sky. Another place you wouldn't expect is clear skin in your subjects face or body.

Cameras with multiple focus points and set to other then the middle will have a problem if the photographer is still attempting to use the center focus point.

Look for the green dot in the lower right corner of the viewfinder that's your focus confirmation.

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What is CCD? I have the same problem; viewfinder is blank and works only with review. Also, my joystick is not responding.


charge coupled device. its the camera sensor for your digital camera.

make sure that nothing is blocking the lens when pointing to your subject.

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Glitchy fields


more info need, how do you mean "details are here:

Glitchy fields???

are you meaning the viewfinder shows heaps of space around the subject but when you see the images there is less or more space. This is due to the cheaper model of cameras, so no frame in the viewfinder

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