Index

A (aperture-priority autoexposure) exposure mode aperture and shutter speed adjustments, 192 autoexposure settings, locking, 187 for close-ups, 274 defaults, 44 defined, 45, 170 depth of field and, 237 exposure meter, 180 exposure warnings, 180 flash in, 198-209 for landscape capture, 272 for portraits, 263 Reset option and, 41 Accessory port, 9, 10 action capture autofocusing, 270 flash and, 271 manual focusing, 270 S exposure mode, 268-269 Sequential shutter-release mode, 271 shutter speed, 269-270 Adobe Photoshop, 143-144 Adobe Photoshop Elements, 142 Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, 143 Adobe RGB mode, 252-254 AF (autofocus) mode C-AF (continuous autofocus), 48, 85, 99, 215-216

C-AF+TR (continuous autofocus with subject tracking), 48, 99, 216 changing, 44, 215 choosing, 214-217 defined, 214

MF (manual focusing), 216, 230, 231

Movie mode, 99

for movie recording, 214

S-AF+MF (single autofocus with manual override), 216 for still photography, 214

AF Area mode All Targets option, 56, 218-219 changing, 44 Face Detection and, 56 settings, 217

Single Target option, 218-219, 222 AF Target button assignment, 305 defined, 75, 214 home position, 219-220 All Targets mode, 218-219 angle of view, 15

Anti-Shock option (Custom Menu E), 48-49 aperture A mode, 192 adjusting, 189-194 defined, 171

depth of field and, 173, 234, 235 in exposure balancing act, 177-178 f-stop numbers, 171 M mode, 193-194 P mode, 191-192 S mode, 192-193 stop down, 173 Apple Aperture, 142 Apple iPhoto, 142 Art filters adding, 292 Diorama, 290, 291 Gentle Sepia, 290 Grainy Film, 290, 291 Pin Hole, 290, 291 Pop Art, 290, 291 Raw files and, 292 Soft Focus, 290, 291 use steps, 292-293 ART mode accessing, 292 Art filters, 290

control screen preferences, 31 defined, 45 exiting, 293 as hybrid mode, 45

aspect ratio. See image aspect ratio attaching lenses, 13-14 Audio Video Interleaved (AVI) format, 95 Auto flash mode, 200 Auto White Balance mode, 240-241 autofocusing. See also AF (autofocus) mode for action capture, 270 active focus areas, 217 11-point grid, 217 initiating, 223

for moving subjects, 221, 224-228 options, 214 portrait settings, 265 reset, preventing, 231 setting, matching to subject, 220-221 for stationary subjects, 221, 222-224 techniques, 223-224 zoom-frame, 229-230 automatic camera shutoff adjustment, 106 automatic exposure bracketing (AEB), 209, 273

AVI (Audio Video Interleaved) format, 95

Digital Cameras For Beginners

Digital Cameras For Beginners

Although we usually tend to think of the digital camera as the best thing since sliced bread, there are both pros and cons with its use. Nothing is available on the market that does not have both a good and a bad side, but the key is to weigh the good against the bad in order to come up with the best of both worlds.

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