View Modes and viewing previous pictures

"When I take a picture it show the picture on the left and a graph on the right. How do I get it back to classic view mode? I don’t want the graph there. Also when I click the button go view my previous pictures it shows 4 of them at a time. How do I get it back to just one? PLEASE HELP!"

I can't quite tell what camera you have, but very likely you just need to push the "info" button. The graph is the histogram.

Please tell me what camera you have. Respond via comments or email me at bruce at better-digital-photo-tips.com

Thanks,
Bruce

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