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Need some help with my Canon 1100D (T3)

 
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Oct 17, 2012 09:47 |  #1

Been using my Canon 1100D since June and been learning a lot. However there are been some issues that i would like someone to explain me:

- Picture Style: Does this changes the pictures in RAW format or only jpeg? I mainly use RAW and some post-processing in Lightroom, what do you recommend to use?

- Auto Lighting Optimizer: With JPEG it is applied the instant the image is taken but with RAW it is applied only with the software DIgital Photo Professional? Do you recommend to use enable this in what situations? With which settings?

- Highlight Tone Priority: Do you recommend using this? In what situations?

- Long exposure noise reduction: Do you recomend putting this on, auto or off? Or just do noise reduction in Photoshop/Lightroom?

- Color space: which is better Adobe RGB or sRGB?

PS: yes i read the manual.


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Oct 17, 2012 13:31 |  #2

Picture style will not affect RAW. But it will affect the LCD preview image.

I don't use either of the next two.

Long exposure noise reduction - when you take a long exposure, say 30secs or more, the sensor heats up and introduces noise. With the long exposure noise reduction, the camera will take a second "black" frame as long as the previous, and then subtract out the created by the sensor heat.

Shoot sRGB unless you know what you are doing.


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Oct 17, 2012 15:29 as a reply to  @ mike_311's post |  #3

Check out this video "getting better pictures with your EOS Rebel"

It is done by a Canon rep and explains a lot of settings like you are asking about.

http://m.youtube.com …eature=plpp&v=M​yds2jxQTXQ (external link)

If the link fails search for rebel videos and B&H photo.




  
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Oct 17, 2012 16:29 |  #4

Huge thanks, i think i found the video:

http://www.youtube.com​/watch?v=Myds2jxQTXQ (external link)


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