1. Aperture Priority: Users set the aperture, allowing control over depth of field.
2. Shutter Priority: Users control the shutter speed to manage motion.
3. Manual Mode: Full control over both aperture and shutter speed settings.
4. Automatic Modes: Automate most settings for ease of use.
5. Movie Modes: enables the camera to capture videos by adjusting settings for optimal motion and sound recording.
6. Program Mode: Camera selects balanced settings, offering some manual adjustments.
7. Macro Mode: Focuses on close-up shots, increasing depth of field.
8. Sports Mode: Optimizes settings for capturing fast-moving subjects.
9. Night Mode: Adjusts settings for low-light or night-time photography.
10. Land scape Mode: adjusts camera settings for capturing wide scenic views with a deep depth of field, ensuring focus throughout the image.
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If you want to capture a scene as the human eye perceives it, then white balance should be on your radar. You will be able to capture a more natural picture. White balance is the process of removing or neutralizing color casts in your images – because at its core, white balance is about ensuring the colors in your photograph appear as they do in real life. Different light sources emit light with various temperatures and/or tints. Photographers often want to produce images that look natural. Add warm colors until you balance out the color cast.
Lightroom is easier and faster to learn and use, while Photoshop is more complex and powerful.
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TV, F/14,1/4SEC, ISO 200, 18MM
TV, F/16,1/200SEC, ISO 200, 18MM
TV, F/22,1/4SEC, ISO 200, 18MM
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