Set Your Camera For Fall Colours
Autumn is here, and Mother Nature shows us striking colours. These camera setting Tips help you capture the magnificent fall colours.
1- Use Aperture Priority
In Landscape Photography, if you shoot semi-automatic, use Aperture Priority to expand the focusing range.
2- Spot Metering
You can target a specific colour and brightness by using Spot metering.
3- Creat Saturated Colours
You can record more saturated colours in your digital camera by tweaking your camera setting.
Camera manufacturers use different terms for this setting. Canon uses “Picture Style,” and Nikon uses “picture Control.” Switching from the Standard setting to VIVID or LANDSCAPE provides more vibrant colours.
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