|Can you remember the key parts of the Fisheye Effect, Miniature Effect, and Poster Effect modes?
Review these points to prepare for the quiz.
Fisheye Effect gives images an excessively round, fish-eye appearance (SD1400 IS Digital ELPH, SD3500 IS Digital ELPH, and SX210 IS only, as of March, 2010)
Miniature Effect blurs the background and foreground while keeping the center sharp and in-focus (SD1400 IS Digital ELPH, SD3500 IS Digital ELPH, and SX210 IS only,
as of March, 2010)
Poster Effect changes the way colors and tones transition, to simulate the look
of a hand-painted poster (PowerShot A495, A3000 IS, and A3100 IS only, as of
These Shooting Modes are fun new features on the 2010 PowerShot cameras to truly change the look and feel of images:
- Not the primary selling point for a PowerShot camera
- Easy, inexpensive way to render images in exciting and unexpected ways
- Doesn’t simultaneously shoot an unaltered image, so shoot a conventional shot beforehand for important scenes or events