I just purchased a new Canon Rebel T7 and have been trying to set it up and understand it. I am at the point where I want to designate my Picture Style. I have followed the manual step by step, and there is no option on my camera to choose "Picture Style". According to the manual, where it should be, the only options I have are "Live View Shoot", "AF Method", and Grid Display.
On the other options, I have "Image Quality", "Beep", "Release Shutter without card", "Image Review", "Peripheral Illumin. correct", and "Red-eye reduc.".
Nowhere do I see the option for Picture Styles... can anyone help?
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RAW is the way to go for 99.9% of all use-cases. One definitive use is when needing accurate colors.
"RAW is the way to go for 99.9% of all use-cases."
Absolutely, there is no longer any reason to not use Raw. Most everybody uploads to a computer anymore anyway.
Probably will want to the light to be very even. Maybe two softboxes (left and right) and angled towards the artwork.
I've also seen articles on using polarizing gels so as to have polarized light to cut down on reflections/glare.
Exposure is one setting, one of the very few, that is best done correctly in camera. Raw isn't affected by most other things but exposure and certainly focus is best to get right form the beginning.
I love soft boxes but I suggest you use three. Two can cause shadows and/or hot spots.
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