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Choose Your Images

Using the camera's LCD display, you can look at your photographs right after you take them. Because the screen is so small, you'll only be able to get a general sense of what a shot looks like. But that will be enough to determine whether the shot came out, the exposure was good, and the shot was framed properly. The finer points, like sharp focus, will be better viewed when you transfer the shots to your computer.

Viewing Stored Images

To view the shots stored on your camera, set the camera to viewing mode (also called Playback mode). The shots will appear on the camera's display (Figure 5.1). Use the buttons on the camera to move from one shot to the next. If you've had a busy day of shooting, you can swap cards to view all of your shots. If your camera has the option to zoom in on each shot, you can get a better view of the finer aspects, like focus.


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