Setting Up And Shooting In The Continuous Shooting Mode

Press the i button on the lower-left portion of the back of the camera. 2. Press up or down on the Multi-selector to highlight the Release mode and then press OK (A). 3. Use the Multi-selector to choose the Continuous mode and press OK (B). Your camera has an internal memory, called a buffer, where images are stored while they are being processed prior to being moved to your memory card. Depending on the image format you are using (JPEG or RAW), the buffer might fill up and the camera will stop...

Taming Bright Skies With Exposure Compensation

Balancing exposure in scenes that have a wide contrast in tonal ranges can be extremely challenging. The one thing you should try to avoid is overexposing your skies to the point of blowing out your highlights (unless, of course, that is the look you are going for). It's one thing to have white clouds, but it's a completely different and bad thing to have no detail at all in those clouds. This usually happens when the camera is trying to gain exposure in the darker areas of the image (Figure...

Hold Your Camera For Proper Shooting

You might think that this is really dumb, but I hope that you take a few seconds to read this over and make sure that you are giving yourself the best chance for great images. I can't begin to tell you how many times I see photographers holding their cameras in a fashion that is either unstable or just plain uncomfortable-looking. Much of this probably comes from holding point-and-shoot cameras. There is a huge difference between point-and-shoots and dSLR cameras, and learning the correct way...