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Nikon D5300 Digital Field Guide by J. Dennis Thomas

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Chapter 9: After Capture

Your photographic experience with the D5300 doesn't end once you press the shutter-release button and capture the image. For many photographers this is just the start of an in-depth process of creating an image. To get started you can play back the images on the LCD screen to review them. You can use the D5300 to create a slide show, and you can plug the camera into an HDTV and share them with your friends and family. At some point you need to transfer your images to your computer hard drive for more permanent storage.

A plus that the D5300 offers that no other Nikon camera at this date offers is the built-in Wi-Fi that makes it a snap to share your photos with your friends without the need to download them to a computer. Just transfer to your photos to your smartphone and upload or e-mail them from there. Simple.

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Taking the photo is just the beginning of the photographic process.

Viewing Your Images

The D5300 offers two ways to view your images: you can simply press the Playback button (9781118867266-playback2.tif) and view them directly on the LCD monitor, or you can connect the camera to a television and view your pictures on the screen. You can connect to an HDTV using the HDMI out port, or you can connect to the RCA inputs on a standard-definition TV with the EG-CP16 A/V cable ...

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