By David D. Busch
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When you release the button, the selection screen returns. 3. Mark images for printing and specify number of copies. To mark a highlighted image for printing, press the multi selector up/down buttons to choose the number of prints you want, up to 99 per image. The up button increases the number of prints; the down button decreases the amount. A printer icon and the number specified will appear overlaid on that image’s thumbnail. 4. Unmark images if you change your mind. To unmark an image for printing, highlight and press the multi selector down button until the number of prints reaches zero.
Choose a Picture Control style. Using the Photo Data Displays When reviewing an image on the screen, your D5100 can supplement the image itself with a variety of shooting data, ranging from basic information presented at the bottom of the LCD display to text overlays that detail virtually every shooting option you’ve selected. You can change the types of information displayed using the Display Mode entry in the Playback menu. There you will find checkboxes you can mark for both basic photo information (overexposed highlights and the focus point used when Chapter 2 ■ Nikon D5100 Roadmap 33 the image was captured) and detailed photo information (which includes an RGB histogram and various data screens).
The next time you switch to Pre, the white balance you just captured will be used again. Storing and Retrieving White Balance Settings If you want to use an existing photo, choose Use Photo, and a screen will appear offering to use the most recently taken image, or you can Select Image from a folder of your choice, accessing the standard D5100 selection screen similar to the ones shown previously. Set Picture Control Options: Standard, Neutral, Vivid, Monochrome, Portrait, Landscape, plus nine user-definable styles Nikon provides six predefined styles (Standard, Neutral, Vivid, Monochrome, Portrait, and Landscape).