Modern digital cameras are remarkably complex machines, and there are a lot of parameters and settings you can adjust that will improve both the quality of your images and your ability to get the shot you want. This helpful video tutorial will show you seven camera settings (some well known and some not as obvious) you should consider changing to improve your photography experience.
Coming to you from Saurav Sinha, this great video will show you seven camera settings worth changing to improve both your workflow and the quality of your images. My personal favorite lesser-used setting is the black and white picture profile. By turning this on, your entire viewfinder (if you are shooting mirrorless, use the back screen if shooting with a DSLR) will go black and white. This can be a great way to learn to see the light in a scene and the interplay of contrast between different areas, which can go a long way toward helping you create more compelling and impactful images. And don’t worry, as long as you are shooting in raw, you will still have the normal full-color image to work with in post. Check out the video above for the full rundown from Sinha.