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    Camera shot question

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    Hey everyone i was just wondering if you can take pictures in diffrent modes like sepia, black and white, brown etc. or are there any 3rd party applications that will let me do that?

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    Re: Camera shot question

    Not that I know of nope, you can't do it with the original program and I haven't seen an aftermarket one.

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    Re: Camera shot question

    i don't believe you can do any of that directly from the camera... but that's why there's photoshop

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    Re: Camera shot question

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    Go to download.com and search for it

    Good program and free

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    Re: Camera shot question

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    Hey everyone i was just wondering if you can take pictures in diffrent modes like sepia, black and white, brown etc. or are there any 3rd party applications that will let me do that?
    The new Media Manager from Roxio will let you convert your photos into what they call "Special Effects". They come in Black & White, Invert and Sepia. There's more options besides these as well.

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    Re: Camera shot question

    When you are in camera mode and hit the soft key on let of the trackball and go to options, you can toggle the white balance of the shot. But not sure if that will make that much of a difference.

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