I imagine all of our cameras have no less than one function that we by no means or hardly use. In this video, Mark Denney displays on one that may simply be yours. The facet ratio is one thing you almost certainly don’t alternate in camera, however Mark explains why you must give it a shot.
As a panorama photographer, Mark specializes in this style when speaking about the function. However, it may be helpful for another form of images. There are scenarios whilst you like the scene however you simply can’t get the composition that works smartly. In scenarios like this, he loves to mess around with camera orientation and different lenses, however there’s one thing extra you’ll do.
Some scenes simply want a other crop. Sometimes it’s tough to consider it, particularly in the event you’ve been obsessing a couple of scene for some time. A easy alternate of the facet ratio in-camera is helping you visualize and conceptualize what a special crop will seem like in submit.
Mark shoots with a Fuji GFX 100S and this camera has the function to be had and it’s simple to search out. As you exchange the facet ratio, you’ll see the particular crop on the show. I couldn’t in finding the function on my camera, however I’ve an historical Nikon D7000. My bet is that many more recent cameras have this setting, and it most definitely additionally is determined by the producer.
Does your camera have this setting? Do you employ it, or do you like enjoying with the crop in submit?