How To Use Drive Mode In Canon Rebel T3I


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Drive mode

Henri Cartier-Bresson spoke extensively about the decisive moment that one particular moment that happens that is the perfect decisive expression of the scene or event. Because he was a genius, he was often able to fire his camera that perfect decisive moment. For the rest of us there is Drive mode. In Drive mode, as you hold down the shutter button, the camera will continue to snap frames one after another. Drive mode is a great tool for shooting in fast moving environment, sports, street shooting, nature shots, but it can also be ideal for portraiture when a person's face is making lots of tiny subtle changes and you're not sure which is the ideal expression.

However, you can not use Drive mode indefinitely, that is, you can't just hold the button down and expect the camera to always keep shooting. When you take a picture, the camera has to move a lot of data around and do a lot of computation. You can take pictures faster than your camera can get them written to the media card...

Drive mode
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Drive mode 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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