Need help with taking photos indoor at night with Kodak DX4530

Discussion in 'Kodak' started by kodakuser, Dec 30, 2003.

  1. kodakuser

    kodakuser Guest

    Hello,

    I'm not getting good photos with my Kodak DX4530. I'm shooting indoor at
    night, with lights and flash on. I'm also trying to take photos of cats who
    can't stop moving :) I am using a tripod too. I get red eyes, blue eyes,
    green eyes, etc... especially a big problem with the cats. I tried using the
    red eye reduction flash. I sometimes also get some ghosting, even while
    using the tripod. Any tips will be much appreciated. I would think the
    problem is with my photo skills (almost none), not with the camera... but
    who knows, it is a cheap camera after all.

    Thanks.
     
    kodakuser, Dec 30, 2003
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