Picture style is one of those settings that can have a big impact on the final quality of your photo or video. You can find it under different names, on Sony’s cameras it might be Creative style, on Canon’s cameras you will find it under Picture style, they do the same thing, it alter contrast, sharpness, saturation and color tone of your photo or video.
I want to talk about video recording with digital cameras. I own a Canon EOS 200D, is an entry level DSLR camera, it doesn’t have a really high quality sensor, but I feel I can make really high quality films just making sure I have the right settings before pushing the record button. The quality of any camera is always dependent from the lenses so it can be increased simply by purchasing better lenses, so do not underestimate cheap cameras, it’s a good purchase for anyone just looking at this hobby for the first time and is always more fun to push the limit of what you can achieve with what you have.
Digital cameras all have a common option, the focus mode, if you are used to just take pictures without any manual intervention, than you might be interested in reading more about it. I want to talk about focus and why is important to know how your camera do it, and what are the options you can choose to make your photo style a little more unique and diversified.
I want to talk a little bit about white balance, what is it, and why is so important to make sure you set it right.
I was looking at what advantages has a DSLR compared to a mirrorless camera and I can tell you that there are not many actually, choosing one or another is not really related to the final quality of the photo or video, here I want to list some of the notable characteristics that I think should be considered when choosing one or another.