I have a Canon EOS digital Rebel (8 megapix). I bought it because so that I can used different lenses on it.
Whether I put it on fully automatic ( setting) or the automitic where you can still adjust ISO (P setting), the pictures come out looking like it's overcast outside, even when it's sunny. Not clear, crisp, and vibrant colors like in real life. Had lots of photos on the water at Columbia Glacier this summer, plus some good wildlife shots that just looked bad. My wife has a point-and-shoot Canon digital camera that takes pictures that beat mine hands down.
Any suggestions on what to check? I've tried using (in the "P" setting) the settings (cloudy, sunny, etc.) for white balance, etc. with little luck.
I probably should look into some editing software, although my Dell has some on it already that kind of helps. I'd like to fix the problem at the camera level and not at the computer software level. Any help would be appreciated.