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Setting a custom white balance is easy on the PowerShot G11, and the camera even allows you to store two different custom settings. You can create and save a custom white balance setting in Program AE, Shutter Priority, Aperture Priority, Manual, Movie, and Quick Shot modes. You cannot save a custom white balance setting in Auto, Low Light, or Special Scenes modes.
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To set a custom white balance on the G11, follow these steps: 1. Turn your camera on and select Program AE, Shutter Priority, Aperture Priority, Manual, Movie, or Quick Shot mode. 2. Press the Function/Set button. White balance is the rst choice on the top left. 3. Use the left/right areas of the 4-Way Controller to select Custom 1 or Custom 2 from the choices on the bottom of the LCD screen. 4. Fill the frame with a white sheet of paper or the gray card from the back of this book. Be sure to position the target in the same quality and location of light that your subject will be photographed in. 5. Press the Menu button to take a reading from the target and set the custom white balance. The LCD image will go black for a second or so then return to live viewing with your custom white balance in place. 6. Check your scene with this new setting on your camera s LCD. It should look accurate or neutral. If not, repeat Steps 4 and 5 and make sure no extraneous light from other sources is contaminating the light on your target. 7. Press the Function/Set button again to store your custom white balance that you can return to anytime, even after using some other white balance preset.
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The G11 allows you to set an adjustment to any of the presets or custom white balances settings, which is referred to as white balance shift or manually adjusting the white balance. To set a white balance shift on the G11, follow these steps: 1. Turn your camera on and select Program AE, Shutter Priority, Aperture Priority, Manual, Movie, or Quick Shot mode. 2. Press the Function/Set button. White balance is the rst choice on the top left. 3. Use the left/right areas of the 4-Way Controller to select any of the presets or Custom 1 or 2 from the choices on the bottom of the LCD screen. 4. With the White Balance choice screen active, press the Display button to reveal the White Balance adjustment screen.
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5. Press the top, bottom, right, or left areas of the 4-Way Controller to adjust the white balance to your liking. The right and left controls change the amount of Blue or Amber that will be in a scene, while the top and bottom controls adjust the amounts of Green and Magenta. 6. Press the Menu button to change or reset the white balance to its original setting. When satis ed with your selections, press the Display button again to con rm your choices and return to shooting.
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My Colors is a Canon enhancement that controls the image processing built in to your PowerShot G11. The My Colors modes are activated from the Function menu and permanently alter the way your images are processed and saved. My Colors settings may be just the ticket for you if you prefer to do your image enhancements in-camera rather than using a computer program. Remember too that My Colors can also be activated in Playback mode. In Playback mode, changes will apply to a copy of your image, leaving your origiNOTE nal file intact. The My Colors selections boast an array of image enhancements that help you create dazzling images with color that pops. Some settings change the entire look of the image, such as Black & White or Sepia, while others alter the photo in more subtle ways by making only certain colors stand out. My Colors adjustments are available in the Program AE, Shutter Priority, Aperture Priority, Manual, Movie, and Quick Shot modes and cannot be used in the Auto, Low Light, or Scene modes or when shooting RAW images. Following is the list of options available to you in the My Colors settings: Vivid. Boosts contrast and color saturation to make the colors and crispness of your images pop. A good setting to use in at light or low-contrast situations where colors may be muted. Neutral. Reduces contrast and softly mutes the colors of your scene. Ideal for bright sunny days with lots of contrast or when you want a less intense look to the colors in a scene. Opposite of Vivid. Sepia. Converts your scene to black and white and adds a warm brown tint to the image. Be sure this is what you want because the image cannot be converted back to full color later.
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