02-13-2015 10:21 AM
The first picture is underexposed. It is not your color space as I thought. Did you reset the camera? Make sure you go into the menu and clear all settings. Format the SD card.
BTW, the second picture could benefit by setting the Rebel to Landscape.
Mr. Scott has a point about on camera flash but he failed to mention, don't shoot it straight on or without a diffuser. Aim at the ceiling. Just some more techique you must learn. Lot's of tricks to know. I doubt you are ready for multi-flash and remote trigger set-ups, yet.
The reason your camera LCD looks better is, it may be better than your monitor. You need to make sure the monitor is set correctky, too. Three settings. These are extrenmely important, brightness, contrast and grey-scale. On Windows you don't need any extras to accomplish this. I bet Mac's come with what they need also.
02-13-2015 10:39 AM
These Pics are taken the 3rd day I got my camera, new to dslr btw. I am better now. but it seems many of my Pics Lack Contrast
We can comment only on what we see. If those pix aren't representative of your current results, you'll need to show us something that is.
02-13-2015 11:06 AM
Is this actually what the day looked like? Did you clear all settings. You must do that first. You may have exposure compensation set wrong (under). This photo also seems underexposed. If you underexpose, you lose contrast.
02-13-2015 11:27 AM - edited 02-13-2015 11:33 AM
02-13-2015 11:35 AM
"It lack contrast compared to the day I shot it."
Until you reset the camera with clear all settings, I can't help any further. It is impossibile to tell what is going on unless common ground is met.