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When you take a picture, you’re juggling three camera settings: the lens aperture, the shutter speed and the ISO setting. You may also need to adjust white balance (which controls colour rendition).
Serious photographers usually prefer working with the A, S and M shooting modes because they provide full control over exposures. They also allow full access to all camera settings (except exposure compensation in M mode). Each shooting mode is useful in different situations.
Tips to help you produce engaging portraits in ambient lighting.
A survey of some handy accessories you can consider for your Compact System Camera.
Using the Curves tool in your image editor to adjust image tones and contrast.
How to capture images with attractive out-of-focus areas.
We show you how these important parameters affect the appearance of your photos.
Making the most of AF technologies.