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May 26, 2021 19:41:13   #
Clicker2014 Loc: Canada
 
We all are guilty of not reading our manuals…. Yup… me too! And I am not going to ask you read yours…. But what
I would like you to do is try different settings on your camera, iPad, i Phones, Samsung, etc. etc. Step out of that comfort zone for a couple of days! I don’t expect you to get real fancy or worry about mistakes. Just try out different settings. Let us know some tricks you use. It could be anything about settings… i.e. manual, AV, special settings on your camera, etc. On your phone there are great editing settings and scene settings. My T7i has a bunch and I am just learning how to use them. (“Toy” “Miniature” HDR art standard” “HDR art Vivid” “Water Painting” etc, etc… Me… I usually just use ‘Manual” but I have decided it is time to step out of my comfort zone. I often use my iPhone when I don’t have my Canon and it is fun to play with! I also just learned how to transfer my pictures off my camera to my iPhone so I can send them off in a text if I want.
So when you post a photo just jot down what setting you used and / OR any advice on how you got the shot that you might want to share. It doesn’t have to be long. It will help the folks here learn something new! If there is something you want more information…just ask.
And of course… don’t forget to have fun!! That is what we are here to do!
Yup... likely should!
Yup... likely should!...
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But...I would like to just take pics!!
But...I would like to just take pics!!...
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Fish-eye effect on my T7i under "Special Scenes"
Fish-eye effect on my T7i under "Special Scenes"...
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T7I - Water Painting - Special Scenes
T7I - Water Painting - Special Scenes...
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May 27, 2021 05:39:33   #
William Loc: Mississippi
 
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May 27, 2021 09:51:54   #
photophile Loc: Lakewood, Ohio, USA
 
Some using aperture setting:


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May 27, 2021 11:00:03   #
GiGiMac103 Loc: Garden State
 
Clicker2014 wrote:
We all are guilty of not reading our manuals…. Yup… me too! And I am not going to ask you read yours…. But what
I would like you to do is try different settings on your camera, iPad, i Phones, Samsung, etc. etc. Step out of that comfort zone for a couple of days! I don’t expect you to get real fancy or worry about mistakes. Just try out different settings. Let us know some tricks you use. It could be anything about settings… i.e. manual, AV, special settings on your camera, etc. On your phone there are great editing settings and scene settings. My T7i has a bunch and I am just learning how to use them. (“Toy” “Miniature” HDR art standard” “HDR art Vivid” “Water Painting” etc, etc… Me… I usually just use ‘Manual” but I have decided it is time to step out of my comfort zone. I often use my iPhone when I don’t have my Canon and it is fun to play with! I also just learned how to transfer my pictures off my camera to my iPhone so I can send them off in a text if I want.
So when you post a photo just jot down what setting you used and / OR any advice on how you got the shot that you might want to share. It doesn’t have to be long. It will help the folks here learn something new! If there is something you want more information…just ask.
And of course… don’t forget to have fun!! That is what we are here to do!
We all are guilty of not reading our manuals…. Yup... (show quote)


Great idea Clicker! I can totally relate - I just got the Z6 ii and am still learning my around it - definitely a learning curve from my D7100 and no I did not read the manual!!! I'll check back later with some contributions!
Nancy

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May 27, 2021 11:20:22   #
GiGiMac103 Loc: Garden State
 
photophile wrote:
Some using aperture setting:


nice series Karin!

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May 27, 2021 12:27:11   #
D the D Loc: New Zealand
 
Took with an old camera with black and white set in settings to make me think without color. I don't even think I can do that with my current camera. lol



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May 27, 2021 12:31:40   #
photophile Loc: Lakewood, Ohio, USA
 
GiGiMac103 wrote:
nice series Karin!


thanks GiGi!

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May 27, 2021 13:19:32   #
joecichjr Loc: Illinois, USA
 
photophile wrote:
Some using aperture setting:


Beautiful ⭐ First squirrel looks like Winston Churchill 🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔

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May 27, 2021 13:19:55   #
D the D Loc: New Zealand
 
photophile wrote:
Some using aperture setting:


Nice depth of field. 👌

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May 27, 2021 13:20:26   #
joecichjr Loc: Illinois, USA
 
Clicker2014 wrote:
We all are guilty of not reading our manuals…. Yup… me too! And I am not going to ask you read yours…. But what
I would like you to do is try different settings on your camera, iPad, i Phones, Samsung, etc. etc. Step out of that comfort zone for a couple of days! I don’t expect you to get real fancy or worry about mistakes. Just try out different settings. Let us know some tricks you use. It could be anything about settings… i.e. manual, AV, special settings on your camera, etc. On your phone there are great editing settings and scene settings. My T7i has a bunch and I am just learning how to use them. (“Toy” “Miniature” HDR art standard” “HDR art Vivid” “Water Painting” etc, etc… Me… I usually just use ‘Manual” but I have decided it is time to step out of my comfort zone. I often use my iPhone when I don’t have my Canon and it is fun to play with! I also just learned how to transfer my pictures off my camera to my iPhone so I can send them off in a text if I want.
So when you post a photo just jot down what setting you used and / OR any advice on how you got the shot that you might want to share. It doesn’t have to be long. It will help the folks here learn something new! If there is something you want more information…just ask.
And of course… don’t forget to have fun!! That is what we are here to do!
We all are guilty of not reading our manuals…. Yup... (show quote)


Nicely done🥑🥑🥑

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May 27, 2021 13:21:24   #
joecichjr Loc: Illinois, USA
 
D the D wrote:
Took with an old camera with black and white set in settings to make me think without color. I don't even think I can do that with my current camera. lol


Nice

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May 27, 2021 13:29:21   #
Clicker2014 Loc: Canada
 
photophile wrote:
Some using aperture setting:


Hi!
Cute critters! :-) What did you think using the Aperture settings? I thought you got some great shots there!

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May 27, 2021 13:31:36   #
Clicker2014 Loc: Canada
 
GiGiMac103 wrote:
Great idea Clicker! I can totally relate - I just got the Z6 ii and am still learning my around it - definitely a learning curve from my D7100 and no I did not read the manual!!! I'll check back later with some contributions!
Nancy


Thanks GiGIMac103) I never thought I would give up my Canon 7D Mii but I put my Sigma 150 - 600 on the T7i and it took even sharper photos at the 600 than the 7D. I was very surprised at that!

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May 27, 2021 13:34:30   #
Clicker2014 Loc: Canada
 
D the D wrote:
Took with an old camera with black and white set in settings to make me think without color. I don't even think I can do that with my current camera. lol


This is wonderful D the D! That is "Miniature effect" isn't it! Love it!

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May 27, 2021 13:35:47   #
Clicker2014 Loc: Canada
 
joecichjr wrote:
Nicely done🥑🥑🥑


thanks joecichir! Appreciated!

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