I've been exploring a little bit more of the bells and whistles on my Canon 77D. With few exceptions, I've been pretty muck locked into using the camera's Aperture Priority (Av) mode. Recently, I've tried shooting something with the Creative filters.
Here are some of the filter effects that you can use:
- Grainy B/W
- Soft focus
- Fish-eye - processed to simulate fish-eye lens shots
- Water painting - for images that look like water paintings
- Toy camera - simulates distinctive colors and vignetting of images from toy cameras
- Miniature - process to resemble miniature scale models, similar to tilt-shifting
- HDR art standard - images resemble paintings with low contrast and flat gradation
- HDR art vivid - images resemble vivid graphic art with flat gradation
- HDR art bold - images resemble oil paintings with vivid color and depth
- HDR art embossed - images resemble old, faded photos
Yesterday during my lunch break I tried the fish-eye effect on some daffodils. Here's the result:
I'm going to have to try some of the other effects. Since I rarely carry my LensBaby Composer around, I can see where these creative filters will give it some real competition.
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