Once in a while, you might click a picture that is not perfect. However, you need not delete those pictures, especially if you are using a Nikon D5600 camera.
You can use the retouch menu instead to rectify the mistakes and make your pictures look incredible.
You can even create special filters, in case you are not happy with your pictures using the retouch menu.
Here is how you can apply your Nikon D5600 camera’s retouch menu filters:
Here is How to Apply The Nikon D5600’s Retouch Menu Filters
Step One: Displaying The Retouch Menu
The first step to applying the retouch menu filters, you have to open the retouch menu. You have to click on the menu option first. After that, you need to find the option for the retouch menu. After locating it, click on it to open it.
Step Two: Selection
After you have successfully opened the retouch menu, you have to look for the tools that you want to use to rectify your picture on your Nikon D5600.
After selecting the tools, you have to choose the picture that you want to correct on your camera. When you select the tool that you want, you will be able to see thumbnails of all the pictures on your camera screen.
When you select a picture, you will be able to see that a yellow frame surrounds the photo that you have selected. If you want to select another picture, you have to tap on the picture on your touchscreen.
You can also you the multi-selector on your Nikon D5600 camera and move the yellow frame over the thumbnails.
Step Three: Choosing The OK Option
When you have finally selected the picture you want, you have to tap on the OK button or choose the OK option. You will then be able to see your image in fullscreen and the available options that you can use through the retouching tool that you selected.
Step Four: Using The I Button Menu In Playback Mode
You can even open the retouch menu using the ‘I’ button during playback mode. You can do so by choosing playback mode on your Nikon D5600 camera.
After you have, you need to display your picture in the single–view frame. The next step is to locate the ‘I’ button and select it.
Step Five: Locating The Retouch Menu From I Button
After selecting the ‘I’ button, you will be able to see a list of options. Out of these options, you have to select the retouch menu option.
It will get superimposed on the image on your Nikon D5600 camera. You have to choose the tool that you want to use on that image.
You will be able to see a list of options that you can decide about how to use the particular retouching tool. Some tools might get dimmed as you cannot use the tool in that specific image.
Step Six: Dealing With Raw (NEF) Files
You will only be able to use two tools with these kinds of files. The tool – Image Overlay, helps to merge two separate images to produce a single composite picture.
The other tool, the Raw (NEF) processing tool can convert a raw file to a JPEG file.
Step Seven: Using Retouch Tools In Playback Mode
You will be able to see the before and after pictures side by side in playback mode on your Nikon D5600 camera. You will also be able to see a label that showcases the tool that is applied to the retouched picture.
You can even apply more than one filter in the side-by-side comparison mode. Use the multi-selector upwards and downwards to see the different retouch versions of the selected image.
You have to select the image by using the multi-selector left and right.
Now that you can retouch your photos directly on your Nikon D5600, what are you waiting for? Use it to make your image flawless!
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