Tried taking a few pics with a good old film SLR cam. I am an amateur photographer. Here are some pics that I took at Mahabalipuram in Chennai, India.
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They do appear to be overexposed a little but they are very interesting. On bright sunny days it could be worth trying a bit of minus exposure compensation as most DSLR's do over expose in these conditions. I visited the vally of temples in Sicily and had the same problem but will be going back in a couple of months and this time will use a polarizing filter.
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So its not a DSLR, then I could have mistaken the quality of the pics if they are scanned in and not actual JPEGS/RAW files from the camera.
The blue tinge is chromatic distortion, this is due to the brightness of the sky as compared to the deeper tones of the subject. When you have such a large difference in the light areas and dark areas where they merge becomes to hard to define, googling "dynamic range" and "chromatic distortion" will give some good information better explained than I could.
Thanks a bunch for that info. Will try what you have said while taking pics today.
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