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Choosing Resolution Size on a Canon EOS Rebel T3 Series Camera

To decide upon a Quality setting (or photo resolution size) for your Canon Rebel T3 or T3i, the first decision you need to make is how many pixels you want your image to contain. [more…]

Canon EOS Rebel T3 Series: Choosing the Raw File Type

The Quality settings on the Canon Rebel T3 and T3i determine the file type, which simply refers to the type of image file that the camera produces. Your T3 or T3i offers two file types — JPEG and Raw [more…]

How to Edit Movies with a Canon EOS Rebel T3 Series Camera

Although it was never intended as a substitute for computer-based video editing software, the Canon Rebel T3 and T3i have an Edit feature that makes it delightfully easy to remove unwanted parts from the [more…]

Canon Rebel T3i: How to View Your Photos on a TV

Your Canon EOS Rebel T3i camera is equipped with a feature that allows you to play your pictures and movies on a television screen. In fact, you have three playback options: [more…]

Transferring Photos from a Canon Rebel T3 Series Camera to a Computer

Regardless of the type of photo software you choose, you can take the following approaches to downloading images from your Canon EOS Rebel T3 or T3i to your computer: [more…]

Processing Raw Image Files with a Canon Rebel T3 Series Camera

The Raw file format enables you to capture images you take with your Canon Rebel T3 or T3i as raw data. Although you can print Raw files immediately if you use Canon software, you can’t take them to a [more…]

How to Tag Files with Your Copyright Claim on Canon Rebel T3 Series Cameras

Including a copyright notice with the photos you take with your Canon Rebel T3 or T3i is a reasonable first step to take if you want to prevent people from using your pictures without permission. By using [more…]

Choosing the JPEG Image Format for a Canon Rebel T3 Series Camera

The Quality settings on the Canon Rebel T3 and T3i determine the file type, which simply refers to the type of image file that the camera produces. Your T3 or T3i offers two file types — JPEG and Raw [more…]

How to Process Raw Images in a Canon EOS 60D

For the quickest, most convenient Raw processing, you can do the job before you download images from your Canon EOS 60D by using the Raw Image Processing feature on Playback Menu 1 with no computer or [more…]

How to Add a Copyright to Metadata with a Canon 60D

Including a copyright notice is a reasonable first step to take if you want to prevent anyone from using the pictures you take with your Canon EOS 60D without your permission. Anyone who views your picture [more…]

How to Edit Movies on Your Canon EOS 6D

When you review movies on your Canon, they may need to be trimmed. You can cut footage from the beginning or end of a movie clip in the camera by following these steps: [more…]

How to Create a Folder on Your Canon EOS 6D

By default, your Canon EOS 6D creates the 100Canon folder on your memory card where images are stored. You can, however, create as many folders as you want. A folder can hold a maximum of 9,999 images. [more…]

How to Change the File Numbering System on Your Canon EOS 6D

Your Canon EOS 6D automatically names and numbers each image you take. The name isn’t all that descriptive, and the numbers are consecutive. Some photographers stay with the default numbering system because [more…]

How to Preview Images on Your Canon EOS 6D

The Canon EOS 6D gives you several options for previewing images. In addition to displaying information with your images, you can display multiple images on the monitor, zoom in to study the image in greater [more…]

How to Delete Multiple Images on Your Canon EOS 6D

You can mark multiple images for deletion on your Canon EOS 6D. This is similar to deleting a bunch of images in an image-editing program. Images should be reviewed on a computer in which case you have [more…]

How to View Images as a Slide Show on Your Canon EOS 6D

Another nifty option on your EOS 6D is the slide show option. If you’re the type of photographer who likes to dazzle yourself and your friends by viewing images you’ve just shot by putting them on the [more…]

How to View Your Canon EOS 6D Images on a TV Set

You have a Canon capable of capturing colorful images with an impressive resolution of 20.2 megapixels. Your television set is a grand device on which to display your images. You can display still images [more…]

How to Download Images from Your Canon EOS 6D

After your shoot, the next step in completing a photography masterpiece is to download your images from your EOS 6D. You can download images directly from the camera or from a memory card reader. The latter [more…]

How to Rate and Keyword Images on Your Canon EOS 6D

It’s a good idea to rate and keyword your images to make them easier to organize and find. When you download images from your EOS 6D, ImageBrowser EX downloads your images into folders arranged by the [more…]

How to Add Information to a Single Image on Your Canon EOS 6D

Metadata is very powerful. When you add metadata to an image on your EOS 6D, it’s easier to find. The information can also be used if you decide to branch out and try to sell some of your images in the [more…]

How to Edit JPEG Images in ImageBrowser EX on Your Canon EOS 6D

You can view all images you download in ImageBrowser EX on your EOS 6D, but you can edit only JPEG images. You can select RAW images in ImageBrowser EX and then edit them in Canon Digital Photo Professional [more…]

How to Edit RAW Files in Digital Photo Professional on Your Canon EOS 6D

When you capture an image with the RAW file format on your EOS 6D, you have more data to work with. The images have a greater bit depth than JPEG images, which means you have more colors to work with. [more…]

How to Save Edited RAW Files in Digital Photo Professional on Your Canon EOS 6D

Digital Photo Professional doesn't store changes you’ve made to RAW files after you edit and close the application on your EOS 6D. You’ll need to save the changes by saving the image in another file format [more…]

How to Find Images on Your Canon EOS 6D

After you download lots of images and edit them on your EOS 6D, you’ll have to find them in lots of folders. Even though the folders are organized by date and each one has the date as the actual folder [more…]

How to Crop Images in ImageBrowser EX on Your Canon EOS 6D

You can crop an image on your Canon EOS 6D to get rid of unwanted pixels. When you crop an image, you end up with a smaller image size as well. To crop an image in ImageBrowser EX: [more…]

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