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Analyze the scene to determine if you need to switch from automatic mode Select the desired shooting mode from your camera s shooting mode dial Figure 2-5 shows the shooting mode dial for a Canon digital camera Compose and shoot the picture
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Figure 2-5: Select a preset shooting mode on your camera s dial
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Many digital cameras are equipped with menu options that enable you to enhance images If your camera is so equipped, you can change image sharpness, contrast, and saturation Your camera may also feature a camera setting to take pictures in black and white or settings that enable you to create special-effects images, such as sepia-toned photos Consult your owner s manual to see which menu command is used to set each of these Figure 2-6 (top) shows an image shot with the sharpness, contrast, and saturation set to their minimum values; Figure 2-6 (middle) shows an image shot with default settings for sharpness, contrast, and saturation; and Figure 2-6 (bottom) shows an image shot with maximum settings for sharpness, contrast, and saturation
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High-end digital cameras and digital SLR cameras give you the option of shooting images using creative shooting modes When you shoot using one of the creative shooting modes (aperture priority, shutter priority, and, with some cameras, program mode), you use the camera controls to create the desired image When you shoot in aperture priority mode, you set the f-stop, which determines how much of the image is in focus (depth of field) When you shoot in shutter priority mode, you choose the desired shutter speed to freeze action or creatively blur the image When you shoot in aperture priority mode, you select the desired aperture and the camera sets the shutter speed; in shutter priority mode, you select the desired shutter speed and the camera sets the aperture
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Figure 2-6: You can use menu commands to enhance images and apply special effects
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Turn the camera s mode dial to the aperture priority icon Many cameras use the abbreviation Av or A for aperture priority mode Choose the desired f-stop Refer to your camera manual for the control that sets the f-stop If you select an f-stop that will result in an underexposed or overexposed picture, your camera will display a warning Refer to your camera manual for further details Compose and shoot the picture
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The aperture setting is known as the f-stop The lowest number f-stop lets the most amount of light reach the image sensor, the next f-stop lets half as much light reach the sensor, and so on You control depth of field with f-stops When you choose a low f-stop, such as f/28, more light reaches the image sensor and the depth of field is limited; objects behind your subject and in the foreground are blurry, as shown in Figure 2-7 A low f-stop is ideal for portraits Notice how your attention is drawn to the model, while the background is a colorful blur When you choose a high f-stop number, such as f/16, less light reaches the image sensor and more of your image is in focus, which is desirable when you re shooting a landscape, as shown in Figure 2-8 Notice how the entire image is sharp, from the dead Jeffrey pine in the foreground to the mountains in the distance
Figure 2-7: Shoot with a low f-stop to blur the background when shooting portraits Figure 2-8: Shoot with a high f-stop when shooting subjects like landscapes
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