- To me, one of the great advantages of digital photography…compared to film photography, is the ability to review…your images immediately after they've been captured.…Yes, I know, I shouldn't be reviewing every photo.…I should know with confidence that my exposure was…absolutely perfect right from the start…but from time to time it's very helpful…to be able to review and evaluate your photos…on the LCD display in between captures.…There are a couple of settings though that I think…you might want to be familiar with.…One of those relates to, essentially,…how the images are displayed on the LCD…relating to horizontal versus vertical captures.…
In other words, if you capture a vertical image,…do you want it to appear vertical on your display…even when the camera is horizontal?…Or do you want it to take up the entire screen display?…I'll go ahead and display an image here for example.…And this is a horizontal capture.…I'm looking at my camera horizontally…so that makes perfect sense.…When I move to the next image, you'll see…
The Canon 7D Mark II is photographer Tim Grey's favorite camera for his own work. In this course, he demonstrates a set of customization strategies aimed at making your camera far more responsive. Learn how to adjust the size and quality of RAW and JPEG capture, add metadata such as copyright and geolocation data in-camera, set up custom exposure modes, and create time lapses by using the built-in intervalometer.
- Adjusting RAW mode options
- Setting copyright metadata
- Configuring back-button autofocus
- Configuring custom modes
- Working with the built-in flash and intervalometer