Layne Kennedy

How to Adjust Your Photo with Camera Corrections

Layne Kennedy
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Duration:   6  mins

To help you save a lot of time and get the best possible photographs, this video walks you through the various camera settings and menus you can adjust to get certain results. The expert instructor shows you actual settings on his camera and demonstrates these by taking some test photographs. Although each camera’s menu names and settings are slightly different, you can easily apply what you learn in this video no matter what camera you have. Armed with the information you learn here, you’ll know how to alter issues like lighting and contrast, thus making post-processing significantly more streamlined.

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7 Responses to “How to Adjust Your Photo with Camera Corrections”

  1. Karen

    Finally responded: Format not supported.

  2. Karen

    On my MacBook Pro, I get no response for this video. Can't watch it. Disappointing.

  3. Keith Wood

    Hi. Was a little confused about your statement on colour temp. I was always told that something at a higher colour temperature was colder not warmer. So something around 5000k was warmer the something at 6500k. So I was wondering, why is a tungsten lamp at around 2500k look yellow if the camera is set at 5500k ?

  4. George N

    What is the ball head on the tripod from video - Photo with camera corrections?

  5. Jeff Munroe

    Please explain why you stated the higher the Kelvin number the warmer the light. This is opposite to fact.

  6. Wally

    Looking forward to this.

  7. Tom Wilde

    A great educational, thank you. I notice that when Active D-Lighting is High then you have more blinks flashing. To lower the contrast is the camera simply increasing the exposure by a fraction of a stop?

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