In the Nikon D7500, the exposure dial is very clearly labeled for quick use and comfortable adjustment. Like other models, the Nikon D7500 has some of the most exciting features, including those that help in manipulating the color and exposure while taking pictures or for a correction after they are received.
How To Manipulate Exposure And Color On The Nikon D7500?
When you look at the camera, you will notice the dial that is labeled according to the different modes. Going counterclockwise, a first setting mode that appears here is the green A, which is automatic. This may sound to be quite easy as this mode allows the camera to take full control. Although, this may result in some blurry pictures for various reasons such as shutter speed slowing down.
The next way in which you can manipulate exposure and color is the Auto Exposure mode. It also provides control over to the camera to take the final decision in almost the same way as the Green A mode allows. The only advantage it has is the Flexible mode that helps you to prioritize aperture and shutter settings. All you have to do is rotate the main command dial and slightly press the shutter to activate the mode. Once this is done, a small P will appear on the left of the shutter speed indicator in the viewfinder screen. Sometimes you may also find an asterisk instead of the P. If you want to decrease the shutter speed and increase the aperture, then all you have to do is turn the dial to the left. An essential point that you should remember is that a faster shutter speed provides you to capture a picture without blurs. When you decrease the aperture, it causes a dip in the depth of the field, which is perfect for portraits. This helps in keeping the object in focus in a much better way.
The next is the Shutter-Priority mode. The Shutter Priority mode helps you to choose the shutter speed and allows the camera to select the right aperture for proper exposure. Get creative by using the slower shutter speed (1/60 or lower) and capture the dreamy and soft beauty of nighttime traffic or waterfall, or get unique streaks of light from the traffic on the roads while the rest continue in focus.
The Aperture Priority (A) gives you the chance to select the point of aperture, but the camera have the permission to choose the shutter speed. This helps in creating balanced exposure in whatever you capture.
The next is the M or the Manual Mode. You can use this mode to select the aperture and the shutter speed you would like. In this mode, you will find an exposure screen that shows you the different ways to click the perfect photograph in each setting.
The Nikon D7500 comes with an exciting mode called the Effects, which has different special effects. There are 10 such effects, and some of these are quite famous for their excellent usage in photography. These unique features are Night Vision, Toy Camera effects, etc.
The next modes are U1 and U2. If you want to assign some special effects or exposure modes to your images, make use of the 2 User modes that come with the Nikon D7500. Use them for some low-light mode photography at U1 and use U2 for movies, action, or portraits.
In the Scene mode, you will have to choose from sixteen different scenarios, and the camera will choose the perfect settings according to its will. Although it is quite simple to use, you will be able to get improved results and manual exposures using these modes.