Changing the colour/contrast/sharpness settings in camera

Started Apr 15, 2012 | Discussions thread
gerry328
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Re: Changing the colour/contrast/sharpness settings in camera
In reply to dandoro, Apr 16, 2012

I'm a mostly JPEG shooter myself (too lazy to PP a lot) so for shooting people portraits, I generally use the Neutral picture control on my Nikon D7000 with the sharpening increased. For shooting brightly colored non-human subjects, I generally use the Vivid picture control, either the standard Vivid setting or a customized one with saturation and sharpening increased. I can also shoot raw and select the picture control setting (and make other adjustments) in-camera after the shot and then save in JPEG afterwards. For adjusting skin tones to your preference, use the hue control.

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