Creative Shooting mode enables the photographer to enjoy a variety of creative effects. For experiment this time, I selected the three mode options of Soft Focus, Cross Process, and Toy Camera. So what kinds of photographs can be taken with this mode? I performed experiments to find out.
Is something wrong Kame? You seem unusually quiet today.
Well, yes. I was looking at the photos from my trip, and it seems that all of a sudden my face has all these wrinkles and blotches...
Well, well...so that's it. I guess your skin has turned the proverbial corner.
The problem is that the latest digital cameras are capable of such high image quality that all the details are there etched in sharp relief. This quality may be a wonderful thing for landscapes and child photographs, but for us over-30 women suffering from “low-image-quality skin' it can be rather traumatic.
Ah...so it’s a woman's problem. But there is a camera mode available to solve this problem! It is called Creative Shooting mode and includes the Soft Focus mode that I think will relieve your distress.
Really?! A woman’s problem solving mode! I want to try it, immediately.
Okay, and you should also try the Cross Process and Toy Camera modes while you’re at it.
So this time I will experiment with Creative Shooting mode, which enables the photographer to enjoy a variety of creative effects.