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Learn how to optimize the Canon SD770 IS for a sunset scene
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Canon SD770 IS: Set for Sunset Scene
Taking a picture of a sunset is really quite simple. You don’t need to change too many things they are couple of different ways the camera does allow you to do this one way. Go ahead and press the function button again, accessing the function menu and down here instead of using the manual mode which we normally use for most of our scenes. I’m going to go over to the left and choose the scene mode. Press the displayed button to access the different scenes available and I’m going to over to the right and choose sunset. Sunset is going to optimize automatically my white balance, my ISO and turn my flash off and that should be just fine for most purposes but if you don’t want to deal with going into this mode and scrolling to find the sunset there are other ways of doing it, very quick and easily.
Go ahead and hit display to exit this mode and we’ll go back to the manual mode. Again this is the mode we normally use I never take it off this mode, it will have everything I need and now I can control my wide balance and I’m going to choose day light so go down to wide balance and have that set to daylight and this will get me the best most accurate colors. Those really nice oranges out of the sky and press the function button out to escape the function menu and you don’t want to use the flash so make sure that’s turned off. Press the flash button to access that option and scroll through those options until you get the flash off, let it set or give it a second to go away and ISO should be set to 80 if you can.
ISO press up and then go down to 80 typically with sunset images there’s really plenty of light and you should have no problem using 80 ISO this will give you the best smoothest colors in the sky. So you really want to try and use 80 ISO and not anything higher will get you a little more grainy results. So just like with any other picture go ahead and place the focusing square on something with contrast with the sunset picture it can be the horizon, press the shutter button half way and you probably don’t want the horizon at exactly halfway in the picture so then you would recompose the image. Bring it down or if you want the sky push that up a little bit and once you have, it composed the way you want it press the shutter button the rest of the way to take the picture.
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