Adjusting predefined styles


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Adjusting predefined styles

You can edit the predefined picture styles or save your own picture styles by going to the Picture Style screen and picking the picture style that you want to manipulate and then hitting the INFO button. So let's say I've been shooting with the Landscape picture style and I'm not completely pleased with my results. I'm going to hit the INFO button to go into the editing screen and there are four parameters that I can edit here Sharpness, Contrast, Saturation, and Color tone. So perhaps I'm not liking the sharpness in my images. They are coming out too sharp and you may think well how can an image be too sharp? Well, that has to do with the way that the camera actually sharpens the image.

It's kind of an optical illusion and too much sharpening can end up making your image look kind of garish. So I'm going to hit the SET button and I'm going to dial the Sharpness down 1 notch and hit OK. You can see there is still a light gray, a little marker there that sho...

Adjusting predefined styles
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Adjusting predefined styles provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Ben Long as part of the Shooting with the Canon Rebel T3i (600D and Kiss X5)

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