Canon Digital Camera T3i EOS 600D user manual

User manual for the device Canon Digital Camera T3i EOS 600D

Device: Canon Digital Camera T3i EOS 600D
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Date of adding : 2013-05-16 15:12:36
Number of pages: 14
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Canon T3i Experience                   Canon T3i Experience The Still Photographer’s Guide to Operation and Image Creation With the Canon Rebel T3i / EOS 600D by Douglas J. Klostermann Full Stop. good writing for better photography 1

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Canon T3i Experience All rights reserved. This e-book is licensed for your personal enjoyment only and may not be re- sold or given away. No part of this book may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronically or in print, without expressed permission from the author. Every effort has been made to make this e-book as accurate as possible, but no warranty of fitness is implied. The information is provided on an as-is basis. The author shall have no

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Canon T3i Experience CONTENTS 1. INTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................4 2. MENUS and CUSTOM FUNCTIONS ...........................................................................9 2.1 Menu Settings..........................................................................................................9 2.2 My Menu ...............................................................................................

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Canon T3i Experience 1. INTRODUCTION With the introduction of the Rebel T3i (also known as the EOS 600D) Canon has continued its well respected line of powerful, affordable, and easy to operate digital SLR cameras. Boasting features such as its 18 megapixel sensor, 63-zone dual-layer exposure metering system, high ISO performance expandable up to 12800, and Digic 4 image processor, the T3i shares many of the capabilities of Canon’s semi-professional models. And with its 3.7 frames per

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Canon T3i Experience Take Control of Your Camera Since the camera is a tool to take the images you want to take, you can’t always allow the camera to make decisions for you. You have to take control of the camera to ensure that you capture exactly the images you intend - by autofocusing where you want, setting the aperture or shutter speed that you want, and obtaining the exposure you want. While the T3i is an intelligent camera, it cannot read your mind and your intentions and does n

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Canon T3i Experience Learning to use and get the most out of a versatile dSLR camera like the T3i takes time, practice, patience, mistakes, and experimentation. If you are not yet familiar with all the controls of a dSLR and the exposure concepts of digital photography, don’t expect to just pick it all up at once, in one or two readings of a single book. (In fact, you wouldn’t want to, as the never ending task of learning and mastering photography is a big part of what it’s all about!)

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Canon T3i Experience Shooting 2 menu Exposure compensation/AEB You can use the [Av+/-] Button and Main Dial for quickly changing exposure compensation rather than using this menu item, but you need to access this item for Auto Exposure Bracketing (AEB). More about Exposure Compensation and Auto Exposure Bracketing later. Put this in My Menu (discussed in upcoming Section 2.2) if you bracket often, such as for High Dynamic Range (HDR) shooting. Auto Lighting Optimizer This set

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Canon T3i Experience Note that when you enable this, the camera will disable Auto Lighting Optimizer and will limit your ISO range to 200-6400. This will be discussed a little bit more in the Highlight Tone Priority and Auto Lighting Optimizer section. recommend: 0 - but put in My Menu C.Fn III: Autofocus/ Drive C.Fn III-7 - AF-Assist Beam Firing This setting is to enable or disable the autofocus assist beam, which is a flash of light emitted from the internal or external flash to

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Canon T3i Experience some situations the exposure that the camera determines may not be the exposure you desire. This may happen when photographing scenes with very bright and/ or dark areas, or some other type of dramatic lighting. Since dramatic and interesting lighting can make for compelling images, you will need to know how to deal with this. In these situations you can make use of either Exposure Compensation, Exposure Lock (AE Lock), or one of the other Metering Modes below. O

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Canon T3i Experience want the face or the subject to be properly exposed and not risk blowing the shot, it is worth it to use Partial Metering mode. Another time to use this is when there is a wide range of light in your scene, from bright sunlight to deep shadows. You will need to determine and lock the exposure settings of a critical area of the scene - a face or a middle tone in the area you want properly exposed (see Figure 15). Remember, this mode is not linked to your focus poin

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Canon T3i Experience on a dramatically lit face or subject, where the proper exposure of that part of the image is critical (see Figure 16). Figure 16 - Singer - Use Partial Metering or Spot Metering in high-contrast situations to meter for the area you want properly exposed (such as an area of skin tone here), then lock exposure, focus, and recompose for the final image. Shutter speed 1/60, aperture f/4.5, ISO 1600 Or for advanced users, Spot Metering is used to determine the expo

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Canon T3i Experience determine proper exposure of a subject or scene before switching the camera to Manual Mode for a controlled studio shot, a critical shot, or a series of shots where the lighting is not going to change. 3.6d Center-Weighted Average Metering This metering mode can be thought of as a combination of Evaluative and Partial Metering. It acknowledges that the subject is in the center and requires special metering attention, but it also takes into account all the other exp

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Canon T3i Experience What Readers are Saying About Canon T3i Experience: A Must-Have Accessory - What a great addition to my bag. This is a well written, full body of work that explains, in plain English, how to get the most out my new camera. Doug provides the knowledge and experience to bring you to the next level. I look forward to learning more every time I open the book. -Steven Definitely reduces the slope of the learning curve to an easy gradient - I found that it was eas

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