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Nikon Picture Control System

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On November - 1 - 2016

Nikon Picture Control System

Nikon Picture Control System


Naturally, you seek to create images that achieve your own desired characteristics — images that project your own particular style. It’s a feeling shared by everyone who loves photographs and loves taking them, professional and amateur alike. With digital cameras, you’re able to control image characteristics such as tone, hue, and contrast — and do so relatively easily. In turn, this leads to an ever-growing penchant to create exactly the sort of images you want, whether you’re a professional or amateur. Picture Control System, Nikon’s all-new original system of image creation settings, allows you to do precisely that. Read the rest of this entry »

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