How do I reset my Nikon camera to factory settings?
How do I set up my Nikon D60?
Why is my Nikon camera not working?
The most common reason your camera won’t turn on is because its batteries are deceased. Before completely disassembling your camera, try removing the batteries and replacing them with fresh batteries.
How do I turn the flash off on my Nikon D60?
How do I turn off the flash on my dSLR?
How do I turn the flash off on my Nikon d7200?
How do I disable built in flash?
How do I use the flash on my Nikon camera?
- Press the Flash mode button to raise the flash.
- Choose a flash mode. Keeping the Flash mode button pressed, rotate the command dial until the desired flash mode appears in the information display.
- Take pictures. The flash will fire whenever a picture is taken.
Can I use an old flash on a new DSLR?
Why use an external flash on a DSLR?
Do professional photographers use flash?
Is external flash necessary?
Do you need flash for outdoor photography?
The majority of the time, shooting outdoors doesn’t require firing a flash, even in the shade, as the sun does most of the hard work for you. If you have a subject that you can move, try to get them to change their positioning so that the sun hits them from the side rather than from behind.
Why do photographers use flash?
Do I need an external flash for outdoor photography?
How do I use an external flash for portraits?
What are the best camera settings for outdoor portraits?
- Aperture – How wide the lens opens. An aperture (or f-stop) around f/4 or lower is good for single subjects, while an f-stop around f/11 is best for group shots and landscapes.
- Shutter speed – How long the shutter stays open.
- ISO – Sensor sensitivity to light.
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