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5 tips to learn more about Image Stabilization (contd..)

Tip 386 (No need for Image Stabilization when using a tripod or normal shooting): Although the treatment for using Image Stabilization varies from camera to camera, there is pretty much agreement that Image Stabilization is useful when there is a need for it, but one should turn it off when the conditions do not require […]

5 tips to learn more about Image Stabilization

Tip 381 (What is Image Stabilization): You must have heard of Image Stabilization. After all, modern cameras all proclaim the power of Image Stabilization. Image Stabilization is a measure used to increase the stability of an image. It is needed since there will be camera shake at low shutter speeds, which will render an image […]

5 Photo tips for various flash settings

Tip 376 (Using Flash Compensation): For those cameras that have Flash Compensation, there would be a way to reduce or increase the brightness of the flash; however, since this is not an area that most users experiment with, it is not present on a number of cameras.

Tip 377 (Flash Settings): There are ways to […]

5 Photo tips – metering, exposure lock, face detection, flash compensation

Tip 371 (Use the metering system of the camera): There is another way to determine the proper exposure levels to you in your camera. Focus the camera and point such that areas of the photo with more neutral tones are selected, and this helps the camera determine a better level of blacks and white, and […]

5 tips for using Exposure Compensation

Tip 366 (Exposure Compensation): What is Exposure Comensation. Exposure Compensation is a setting that allows you to over-rule the exposure levels that your camera calculates, and then you can get the exposure level exactly as you want it.

Tip 367 (When to use Exposure Compensation): Using Exposure Compensation is recommended when you are in […]