Hello all, I'm still a novice at photography, have only been doing it for a year, and even then I managed to loose my camera changing trains in a mad rush (long story, but never got it back). I got a Fuji Finepix S1800 Bridge camera, second hand and is highly rated on a lot of reviews, I've found it good for a bridge camera, but in the winter time, I get some odd results and I can't think why. Example A: 60063 by james37611, on Flickr This was taken on the Shutter Priority setting, at 1/400. I use this for moving trains as it blurs the train out on Auto (though my mates later Fuji model handles these fine on Auto). Could have done a bit more but I'm happy with it. Anyway, facing the other way, on the exact same setting, this happens: 70008 by james37611, on Flickr It looks a bit unnatural, as the colours of the train is there, but the background looks sort of 'greyscale', there's no colour in the tree's compared to the previous picture. I tried custom settings and even Auto, but every photo still had no colour on the leaves. I wasn't focusing on the train either, like the first shot, I pointed to the trees and held the focus until the train was in view, then snapped the picture. By the fact that no matter what setting I tried not making a difference, I guess there's not a lot I can do about it or is there something wrong somewhere? Any help is much appreciated, because even my mate who's been doing photo's longer than me is baffled! James.