Shooting the Perfect Picture ?
Most people would relate photography to art as many would use their cameras to take numerous shots – candid or non-candid shots, and proudly share their pictures without any Photoshop touch ups. Thus, you might not want to falter during the photo-taking sessions and you need something that is promising as well as producing high quality images.
Thanks to the Canon PowerShot SD780IS – in which taking the perfect picture is possible because of its innovative cutting-edge technology as it provides advance presets that you can possibly take high-quality images in any circumstances.
Here’s how you can take perfect picture with this particular camera model:
1. Avoid those shaky images by using the Optical Image Stabilizer
Having shaky images are common among amateurs as you can delete any images that you dislike – unlike those olden days, that film-camera users had to consider lots of factors in order to get a perfect shot. For instance, you can use this feature to take pictures of your friends or family when you’re in a roller coaster ride! It is also a perfect tool of taking pictures with gripping your Canon camera with only one hand.
2. Use both Optical Image Stabilizer and 2.5-inch PureColor LCD II when shooting pictures in difficult angles (or corners)
As mentioned above, the effectiveness of Optical Image Stabilizer can be enhanced when it is used along with the 2.5-inch Purecolor LCD II in which offers impressive color, resolution and contrast even when viewed at an angle. It can be an ideal way of getting a perfect shot at different perspectives.
3. Use the Intelligent Contrast Correction feature to avoid dark images
What makes photography so difficult to master – The greatest subject in the world will not automatically make a great image. Sometimes, it’s hard to get a clear image of the subject even if all the objects are put in the right place at the right time. With the Intelligent Contrast Correction system, it offers more natural changeover by brightening the dark areas while leaving bright areas unchanged for more enhanced images where the main subject is dark.
4. Use Red-Eye Correction to take natural-looking faces
It is rather disturbing when you see people with red-eyes after you’ve taken pictures of them with the flash. You can either use this particular feature during shooting or manually locate any red eyes in a scene during image playback and instruct the camera to get rid of the disturbing red-eyes.