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Canon PowerShot SX10 IS Settings Manual
Canon PowerShot SX10 IS Settings Manual
Canon PowerShot SX10 IS Settings Manual
Canon PowerShot SX10 IS Settings Manual
Canon PowerShot SX10 IS Settings Manual
Canon PowerShot SX10 IS Settings Manual
Canon PowerShot SX10 IS Settings Manual
Canon PowerShot SX10 IS Settings Manual
Canon PowerShot SX10 IS Settings Manual
Canon PowerShot SX10 IS Settings Manual
Canon PowerShot SX10 IS Settings Manual
Canon PowerShot SX10 IS Settings Manual
Canon PowerShot SX10 IS Settings Manual
Canon PowerShot SX10 IS Settings Manual
Canon PowerShot SX10 IS Settings Manual
Canon PowerShot SX10 IS Settings Manual
Canon PowerShot SX10 IS Settings Manual
Canon PowerShot SX10 IS Settings Manual
Canon PowerShot SX10 IS Settings Manual
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Canon PowerShot SX10 IS Settings Manual

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Basic camera guidelines.

Basic camera guidelines.

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  • Thanks, that was just sweet. I've upgraded my sx10 and sent it to a dear friend that runs a children's learning and feeding center in Kisumu, Kenya. I'm sending this slide show along, and I'm sure he will benefit from it very much. ♥
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  • Hi Jenna!
    Thanks for the slideshow. I was going to purchase the SX10, but lost the bid. Now I am getting the Canon PowerShot SX130 IS are the settings the same?
    I am so new at this. I have done photo editing Imaging for years, and DVD PRODUCTIONS. I think I might be ready to learn Photography.
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    pass faith Feel free to check out my site.
    Thanks again for the guidelines.
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  • 1.  
  • 2. Fast Moving Objects
    • SETTINGS:
      • On the Mode Dial >> select Tv Setting
      • On the Control Dial >> move right/left to toggle shutter speed >> the faster the shutter speed, the finer the picture, ex: 1/500 vs. 1/8
      • On the Control Dial >> select function button in middle >> AWB (auto white balance) or move right/left with control dial if wanting to try white balances
      • On the Control Dial >> press the ISO on right >> select it to ISO 100
      • Use external flash if needed
    • SHOOTING/TIPS:
      • Aim at subject and hold down shutter button
      • Handle the camera as steady as possible, but you may want to try having it on a tripod
    1 2 3 4 5
  • 3. Fast Moving Objects
    • Other Options to Try:
      • On the Mode Dial >> select the Sports Scene
      • Continuous snapshots will be taken
    Children and Student Leader walking in the MU Quad from 2009’s KidSpirit
  • 4. Outside - Gloomy Weather
    • SETTINGS:
      • On the Mode Dial >> select P Setting
      • On the Control Dial >> select function button in middle >> AWB (auto white balance) or click right two times on the dial for cloudy
      • On the Control Dial >> press the ISO on right >> select it to ISO 100
      • Use external flash if needed by lifting the flash top
        • You may adjust the flash brightness using the Control Dial >> click down twice on the dial >> +/-(Flash) and toggle left-right until satisfied
    • SHOOTING/TIPS:
      • Aim at subject and hold down shutter button
      • Experiment with the flash!
    1 2 3 4 4.1
  • 5. Outside - Gloomy Weather Milam Hall, Oregon State University
  • 6.
    • SETTINGS:
      • On the Mode Dial >> select P Setting
      • On the right side when viewing through lens >> click on the exposure button >> use the control dial to swivel left-right and find the correct lighting
      • On the Control Dial >> select function button in middle >> AWB (auto white balance) or move right/left with control dial if wanting to try white balances
      • On the Control Dial >> press the ISO on right >> select it to ISO 100
      • Use external flash if needed
    • SHOOTING/TIPS:
      • Try to shoot in shade if possible or use lens shade cover
      • Sometimes toggling between the different white balances may help (AWB or Daylight)
      • Experiment with the flash!
    Outside - Sunny Weather 1 3 4 5 2
  • 7. Outside - Sunny Weather Memorial Union, Oregon State University
  • 8. Dark Environments
    • SETTINGS:
      • On the Mode Dial >> select P Setting
      • On the right side when viewing through lens >> click on the exposure button >> use the control dial to swivel left-right and find the correct lighting
      • On the Control Dial >> select function button in middle >> AWB (auto white balance) or move right/left with control dial if wanting to try white balances (especially if shooting indoors - try Tungsten or Fluorescent)
      • On the Control Dial >> press the ISO on right >> select ISO 100
      • Flip the top flash lid up
    • SHOOTING/TIPS:
      • Toggling with different white balances are recommended
      • When using the flash, aim directly at object in focus
    Using a Flash *recommended, especially if photographing people 3 4 5 2 1
  • 9.
    • Note: the LCD may option itself if you’d like to view through the night shot. What appears in the LCD will appear different from the actual photo.
    Dark Environments
    • SETTINGS:
      • On the Mode Dial >> select P Setting
      • On the right side when viewing through lens >> click on the exposure button >> use the control dial to swivel left-right and find the correct lighting
      • On the Control Dial >> select function button in middle >> AWB (auto white balance) or move right/left with control dial if wanting to try white balances (especially if shooting indoors - try Tungsten or Fluorescent)
      • On the Control Dial >> press the ISO on right >> select ISO 100
    • SHOOTING/TIPS:
      • Toggling with different white balances are recommended
      • You may want to the set the ISO at a higher resolution. Normally, high ISO’s are used for darker environments, however it affects the graininess of the photo. Therefore, using a tripod may be helpful.
    No Flash *good for object/scenery photos 3 4 2 1
  • 10. Dark Environments No Flash Flash Memorial Union staircase
  • 11.
    • SETTINGS:
      • On the Mode Dial >> select P Setting
      • On the right side when viewing through lens >> click on the exposure button >> use the control dial to swivel left-right and find the correct lighting
      • On the Control Dial >> select function button in middle >> Tungsten
      • On the Control Dial >> press the ISO on right >> select it to ISO 100
      • Use external flash if needed
    • SHOOTING/TIPS:
      • Aim at subject and hold down shutter button
      • Experiment with the flash!
    Incandescent Light & Fluorescent Light Incandescent Light *brings a warmer feel to photos, with orange and red hues 3 4 5 2 1
  • 12.
    • SETTINGS:
      • On the Mode Dial >> select P Setting
      • On the right side when viewing through lens >> click on the exposure button >> use the control dial to swivel left-right and find the correct lighting
      • On the Control Dial >> select function button in middle >> Fluorescent
      • On the Control Dial >> press the ISO on right >> select it to ISO 100
      • Use external flash if needed
    • SHOOTING/TIPS:
      • Aim at subject and hold down shutter button
      • Experiment with the flash!
    Incandescent Light & Fluorescent Light Fluorescent Light *brings natural, white look to photos 3 4 5 2 1
  • 13. Incandescent Light & Fluorescent Light Fluorescent Light Incandescent Light Stairs in Memorial Union lounge
  • 14.
    • There’s no doubt that photographing people is tricky, difficult, sometimes luck-based, and an absolute art.
    • What it all really comes down to are two basic rules:
      • EXPERIENCE IS THE BEST LEARNING TOOL, and THEREFORE, PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT
      • CREATIVITY IS THE WAY TO GO
    People
  • 15.
    • However, when we don’t have the time to experience, practice and discover our individual creativity…there are some general guidelines to follow:
    • 1) Lighting is everything - play and toggle with the settings described in the previous slides
    • 2) Using the flash is recommended. When in doubt, snap two photos! One in flash and one without (at least until you’re comfortable with knowing your settings)
    • 3) Go for those unique shots:
    • - People in action always make great shots but be sure to use the TV setting and adjust the exposure
    • - Angles are interesting. Try shooting from below or above, or go near an object and do some macro shots.
    • - Sometimes candid is the ultimate.
    People
  • 16. People HHS students at Welcome Back Picnic A graduate student in a NES lab A student studies in the Memorial Union lounge
  • 17. Macro Macro Shots
    • SETTINGS:
      • On the Mode Dial >> select your setting
      • On the Control Dial >> select left side of function button >>
      • On the Control Dial >> select until you see the flower symbol titled “ Macro ”
      • You may hold down the same button for “ Super Macro ”, which focuses even closer than a normal macro shot
    • SHOOTING/TIPS:
      • Focus closely on an object and try to angle so that the object is on either the bottom left or right side of your frame. This gives depth to your photo and adds a nice touch to the surroundings
      • Try focusing closely on the object nearest to you or an object in the background. With macro, you are able to blur shots for a fun technique (see next slide)
    Using the Macro or Super Macro option allows you to focus in closely on an object. You can work between blurring the background or the object in focus. 2 1
  • 18. Macro Macro Shots Cylinders in focus Student in focus A student working in the Bone Research lab
  • 19. Macro Macro Shots Bikes at the Women’s Building Photos of the NES labs

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