Sunday, November 29, 2009

Digital SLR Camera Tips - Digital SLR Shooting Checklist

Below are some tips before photographed using a DSLR camera:

Check ISO Settings
The ISO speed plays a vital role in digital photography, it can actually take pictures of moving subjects or take pictures in low light conditions by changing the sensitivity of the sensor cameras. However it has one aisle over ISO, the more "noise" is visible on the final image. This is an effect of grain visible on the image. Thus, it is preferable to use as little as ISO setting as possible, although ISO higher are required to take certain types of photography such as sports.

Digital SLR Camera Tips
Battery Charged?
SLR digital cameras are full battery charge, so if you find your battery is weak or, worse, dead, you will be heading home sooner than expected! Try to get used to charge your battery every time you use your camera. In this way, they will be ready for a moments notice. It's always a good idea to have a spare in your camera bag, so if you do, make sure it is fully charged.

Format Your Memory Card
Unless you've bought a memory card with a large capacity, it is a good idea to format your card every time before going out to take pictures. Formatting erases essentially clean card, removing all the old pictures if you like storage space as possible. But make sure you have safely transferred or print the images you want to keep before formatting, otherwise you will lose everything on the map!

Digital SLR Camera Tips
Select The Correct File Type
Digital SLR allows you to select different file types to save your images. JPEG is the parameter most popular and we suggest you file format for amateurs and enthusiasts. Most digital cameras also give you a second option for setting the image size. This is normally small (S), medium (M) and large (L). This affects mainly the size at which the image can be printed, while preserving its quality. Be aware that larger images take up more space on your memory card.

Choosing The Right White Balance
There is a huge problem around the white balance and its artistic effects, but for now just be sure to select a white balance that is not completely inappropriate for your subject. It's a good idea (and often accurate) to let the camera choose the white balance, using the Auto white balance setting.

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