Work with Modes:
Different types of Modes:
• Macro Mode
• Landscape Mode
• Night Portrait
• Portrait Mode
• Program Mode
• Shutter Priority
• Aperture Priority
• Sports Mode
This mode is helpful when you are shooting close-up pictures of a subject from about one foot away or less.
This mode when you want extra sharpness and rich colors of distant scenes.
This mode is selected when you want to illuminate a subject in the foreground with flash, but still allow the background to be exposed properly by the available light. Be prepared to use a tripod or an image stabilized (IS) lens to reduce the effects of camera shake.
This mode is used when you are taking a portrait of a subject standing relatively close to the camera and want to de-emphasize the background, maximize sharpness, and produce flattering skin tones.
Program mode (P) uses camera’s built-in smarts to select the correct f/stop and shutter speed using a database of picture information that tells it which combination of shutter speed and aperture will work best for a particular photo. This mode allows the camera to select the basic exposure settings, but you can still override the camera’s choices to fine-tune your image.
Shutter priority is the inverse of aperture priority: you choose the shutter speed you would like to use, and the camera’s metering system selects the appropriate f/stop. This mode is useful when you want to use a particular shutter speed to stop action or produce creative blur effects. The camera will select the appropriate f/stop for you.
In this mode you specify the lens opening used, and the camera selects the shutter speed. Aperture priority is especially good when you want to use a particular lens opening to achieve a desired effect. This mode is useful especially to control sharpness or how much of your image is in focus. The camera will select the appropriate shutter speed for you.
This mode is selected when you want full control over the shutter speed and lens opening, either for creative effects or because you are using a studio flash or other flash unit not compatible with the camera’s automatic flash metering.
This mode is used to freeze fast moving subjects.