Modern cameras are impressively capable machines, full of a range of advanced features and capabilities. One of the most useful features has been around for much longer than mirrorless cameras, though; in fact, it goes back to the film era. This great video tutorial will show you where to find it and how to take advantage of it to make your workflow easier and to help you get more shots.
Coming to you from Rick Bebbington, this awesome video tutorial will show you the usefulness of custom shooting modes. Many photographers never touch the custom shooting modes on their cameras, which is a shame, because they are a benefit in just about any genre. On most modern cameras, the custom modes allow you to store just about any setting you could reasonably need to adjust. If you shoot in a slow genre, like landscape photography, it makes it easy to quickly set up your camera the way you like every time. On the other hand, if you shoot in a more demanding genre, like weddings, custom modes can really save you, as you can more efficiently tackle quickly and drastically changing scenarios, such as moving from bright outdoor light to a dimly lit indoor venue. Check out the video above for the full rundown from Bebbington.