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You do the same thing to edit the comment (name). If you’ve shot a blank card, you really
do need to add comments, since there’s no way the little thumbnail will mean anything.
Set Picture Control
This is where you set the important things, like contrast and saturation.
Picture Controls are so critical to getting the pictures you that I have a complete section
on Picture Controls (Appendix A, page 79).
These work the same, and give the same look, among the D300, D700 and D3.
Manage Picture Control
This is where you save and recall Picture Control settings. I have an entire page about this
at Picture Controls (Appendix A, page 79).
Don’t touch this unless you really know what you’re doing and print your own work.
sRGB is default. It’s the world standard for digital images, printing and the Internet. Use
it and you’ll get great, accurate colors everywhere, all the time. Like what you see in my
Gallery? That’s all coming to you in sRGB. Use it and you’ll automatically get great,
saturated and accurate color everywhere. For examples, see my page titled “Color
Management is for Wimps