How to Adjust Photo Settings
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Tapping on the top right corner of the screen during an event will reveal the hidden settings menu at the bottom of the screen, which includes info and settings for the queue, green screen, and camera.

  • Tapping the “General/Stats” tab will show the number of photos taken in the current event session as well as the number of photos in the sharing queue.  Tap the “Send Queue” button will attempt to send all photos in the sharing queue to Curator, and the queue number will count down as photos are sent.  If no connection is made, the photos will remain in the queue for a later attempt.

 

  • Tapping the “Green Screen” tab will show the green screen settings:

  1.  “Color Adjustment” controls the color that is being removed from the image.  With this, you can use different colors behind the subjects besides green.
  2. “Color Range” controls the range of colors that are removed from the image, based around the selected color on the “Color Adjustment” slider.  For instance, if green is being removed from the image, a larger color range will remove more shades of green.
  3.  “Highlight Details” controls how lighter shades are removed from the image.
  4. “Shadow Correction” controls how darker shades are removed from the image.
  5.  The “Default Green Screen” button sets the four sliders back to the default values for a green screen backdrop.
  6. The “Default Blue Screen” button sets the four sliders to the default values for a blue screen backdrop.

 

  • Tapping the “Camera Settings” will show several sliders for adjust camera settings.

  1.  All settings are “AUTO” by default, and the sliders and values will adjust on their own when AUTO is enabled.  Disable each of the of the “AUTO” switches to adjust their respective components above manually.
  2. “SHUTTER” is the duration the camera’s image sensor is exposed to light in seconds.
  3.  “ISO” affects the sensitivity of the camera’s image sensor.  Use a lower value for bright light, and higher values for darker venues.
  4.  “BIAS” adjusts the bias value of the camera’s image sensor.
  5.  “TEMPERATURE” adjusts the color of the image, with a lower temperature having more yellowish colors, and a higher value having more bluish shades.
  6.  “TINT” also adjusts the color of the image, with a lower tint value having more greenish colors, and a higher value having more magenta shades.

 

  •  To close the hidden settings menu, either tap the “CLOSE” button on the bottom right corner of each of the three sub-menus, or tap the top-right corner of the screen again.

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