Chapter 11

Discovering Cool Playback Features


Bullet Customizing playback display

Bullet Zooming in to check important details in your photos

Bullet Displaying shooting settings

Bullet Protecting and deleting photos

Bullet Viewing photos and movies on a TV

One of the best things about digital photography is being able to view your pictures right away. This lets you see whether you got the shot you wanted or need to try again. But on most cameras, viewing your images is just the start of the things you can do after you put the camera in playback mode. You may be able to assign ratings to images, for example, or protect them from accidental erasure. Some cameras even have tools for editing and enhancing your photos. This chapter introduces you to some of these practical and creative playback features.

Switching to Playback Mode

On most cameras, pictures appear briefly on the monitor immediately after you take the shot. To take a longer look, shift the camera into playback mode. Usually, you accomplish ...

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