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    Quote Originally Posted by kcmccombs View Post
    can anyone tell me why windows photo software render my photos polarized in green tint. And how can I fix this issue
    I stumbled on this review of Windows 8/8.1. From it, there appears to be many issues with the metro version of the Photo App in Windows 8. They describe it as a "comically non-functional piece of software". It sounds like while not perfect in 8.1 it is actually functional. So, perhaps your fix is to upgrade to 8.1. But honestly, I think the best solution is to use a real photo program run from the Desktop, and not a Windows App.

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  2. #12


    Quote Originally Posted by kcmccombs View Post
    no it looks the same
    That is interesting. If you look at the File Properties, have the files been modified? or are they in their original form (date, size)?
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    windows 8


    The only thing I have done is changed the size so that I could upload it to the website
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  4. #14


    Posts : 14
    windows 8


    I already have the 8.1 upgrade the only thing I don't understand is if I remember right this happen in windows 7 with photo gallery the only way I got it fixed was uninstalled photo gallery and luckily I keep a couple of spare drives of my photos .
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  5. #15


    Sloe Deth, Californicatia
    Posts : 3,908
    Windows 8 Pro with Media Center/Windows 7


    Quote Originally Posted by kcmccombs View Post
    this is the problem I am having it changes the picture all by it self.Attachment 30457 it does not effect every picture.

    If that looks bad for me here, then it's the quality of the pic, what is it, a Canon? I had a little Canon Sureshot, eventually all the pics looked like that, then my cat peed on it. But I think the quality degrades for some reason, when I first got it, it was sharp and clear, never had to deal with focus, it would do it automatically. Then, it started taking pics out of focus, and then the green thing. Usually for pics taken at night, but later all the time.

    But even with pics like that, you can use Photoshop or something else to colour correct it, usually automatically.

    Also, if you imported that from a camera, sometimes the import software might ask you if you want it to automatically change something about it, I always say "No".

    Looks like the image was passed through a filter of some sort.
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