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10 Essential Camera Settings You Should Know
Letter Perfect Nikon

By George Bailey
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Histogram
Put simply, Mirror Up Mode is the defender against that nasty scourge that plagues all photographers: the dreaded camera shake! This mode helps fight against camera shake regardless of whether you’re using a tripod or shooting without one.

Find out just how this special mode will separate the moment of mirror movement from the moment of exposure, thereby giving you much less camera shake. If you want less frustration, you definitely have to learn to master Mirror Up Mode.

Highlight Alert
This feature is a complement to the histogram. When you turn it on, you’ll be alerted to any completely blown-out white areas on a photograph.

This feature is a lifesaver because you’ll often fall into the trap of lining up a shot on your LCD preview screen, only to find out later on your computer monitor that it’s a really unattractive scene. Highlight alert will ensure that you never make this mistake.

Depth of Field Preview Button
Master this feature to always understand how much of your scene will truly be in focus! The depth of field preview button is so critical since the aperture will always only close to the size you’ve set at the time of exposing.

That’s why looking through your viewfinder is unhelpful. Bonus tip: Learn how using Live View and the depth of field preview button give you an ACCURATE preview of your final image…every time.

Manual Focusing With Live View
If you like your manual focusing, then Live View is something you shouldn’t take for granted. Remember to first turn off autofocus before starting Live View.

Live View is great for the following occasions: still life shooting from your tripod and any situation at all where your depth of field is exceptionally shallow, prompting you to be highly selective with the subject that you’ll focus on.

Mirror Up…Mode?
Put simply, Mirror Up Mode is the defender against that nasty scourge that plagues all photographers: the dreaded camera shake! This mode helps fight against camera shake regardless of whether you’re using a tripod or shooting without one.

Find out just how this special mode will separate the moment of mirror movement from the moment of exposure, thereby giving you much less camera shake. If you want less frustration, you definitely have to learn to master Mirror Up Mode.

AE-L/AF-L Button
Need to separate the exposure meeting’s function from that of the shutter release button’s? Who doesn’t? After all, from time to time, you just have to expose for the specific scene you’re shooting and not the scene you saw when you looked through the viewfinder during focusing!

The AE-L/AF-L button is the answer to all of your prayers. With this button, it’s possible for you to take correctly exposed and focused pictures all the time, every time.

Using the AE-L/AF-L Button to Focus
There’s so much good and highly useful stuff about the AE-L/AF-L Button that we had to devote two sections to it in our ebook. Truth be told, it can get a bit overwhelming to learn how to use this button effectively.

There are quite a few things that you have to understand to set up this button properly, so aren’t you glad that we break down the steps for you, painlessly and simply? Thought so!

Viewfinder Dioptric Adjustment
This feature is a complement to the histogram. When you turn it on, you’ll be alerted to any completely blown-out white areas on a photograph.

This feature is a lifesaver because you’ll often fall into the trap of lining up a shot on your LCD preview screen, only to find out later on your computer monitor that it’s a really unattractive scene. Highlight alert will ensure that you never make this mistake.

Quiet Shutter Release
Let’s face it: Sometimes, there are simply places where it’s not really acceptable to have the loud sound of the shutter button going off. This can be anywhere from the museum or a library to a specific lecture that you might be attending.

Wherever you are where it’s not appropriate to make a loud shutter noise, we’ll tell you how to activate this new feature of some Nikon cameras! Now, you can effortlessly take as many pictures as you want, even in sensitive locations.

Active D-Lighting
This feature is mainly for those photographers who have a hankering for shooting in JPG as opposed to RAW.
This function will improve the dynamic range of your shots, which means greater detail in both highlights and shadows.

Here’s a small caveat, though: This feature could lead to extra noise in the shadow areas. So the only way to know if this is something for you is to try it out for yourself!



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