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Your camera offers several predefined settings to make taking great photos easier. Learn to use these settings and you will get beautiful shots even in the most difficult environments.
This allows you to define several of the settings, such as exposure, white balance, image size and compression. Use it if you know exactly which settings to adjust to get a good photo.
With these predefined settings, your camera is set up to take the best possible photos in the most common shooting conditions. If you are not sure how to use the manual settings (sensitivity, white balance, exposure etc.) use the predefined settings that are generally found under scene modes. The number of choices varies from one camera to another, but you should find:
This allows you to take photos in rapid succession with a single click of the button. It’s great for capturing movement. You can usually adjust the number of frames shot per second. We recommend that you follow your subject with the camera, without doing any sharp movements.
Your flash is more complex than it seems, in that it offers several options:
Zoom lets you get closer to a far-off subject, and can also help achieve striking portrait photos. Wide angle broadens your field of vision.
Often represented by a small vibrating hand, this mode prevents your pictures from turning out blurry due to shaky hands. Remember to cancel it if you are using a tripod.
Increasingly common, these modes use a shape detector to take the photo automatically when your model smiles, and lets you know if one of your models blinks.
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