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    it_tech is offline I'm new here!
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    Default how to make pictures more vibrant and crisp

    Hi,

    I have a 450D with kit lens (still saving for a telephoto lens).
    i would like to know if how can i make my pictures strong in terms of colors and make them crisp and vibrant?
    is there any settings i need to check in terms of saturation/ color tone?
    whats the best setting to use if there are any street celebration?

    hoping someone can help or tell me the settings.

    Thanks again

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    Doug Pardee is offline Not photogenic
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    If you're shooting JPEG, learn about the Picture Styles and the various controls in the picture styles. See pp. 67-68, and 82-86 of the XSi/450D manual. Also see Canon's Picture Style web site: http://web.canon.jp/imaging/picturestyle/index.html

    If you're shooting Raw, the appearance of your images is controlled by the software that you're using for the Raw conversion. I can only refer you to the manual for that software, and to the "Post Processing and Printing" forum on this site: http://digital-photography-school.co...sing-printing/

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    it_tech is offline I'm new here!
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    how about in settings of saturation, contrast and sharpness?

    how should i set it?

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