- Auto: Ideal for everyday photography - all camera settings are adjusted automatically
- User Defined: Create personalised settings for instant retrieval - adjust and keep your personalised settings
- Close-up Mode: Ideal for capturing intricate detail of small objects - use between 10 and 60cm
- Portrait: Ideal for shooting better portrait photos
- Landscape: Ideal for shooting distant scenery and skylines - enhances sharpness of distant objects and allows focusing through glass
- Sports: Ideal for fast moving subjects - use to capture moving objects in sharp detail
- Night: Ideal for taking pictures in low light without flash - enhances detail in dark conditions when flash cannot be used
- Night Portrait: Ideal for taking portraits in low light with flash - enhances detail in dark conditions
- Red eye
- Burst: Capture 6 images or hold the key down to capture until the current selected memory runs out
- 10 Seconds: Capture an image every 10 seconds until the current selected memory runs out
- 30 Seconds: Capture an image every 30 seconds until the current selected memory runs out
- 1 Minute: Capture an image every 1 minute until the current selected memory runs out
- 5 Minutes: Capture an image every 5 minutes until the current selected memory runs out
- 10 Minutes: Capture an image every 10 minutes until the current selected memory runs out
- 30 Minutes: Capture an image every 30 minutes until the current selected memory runs out
The white balance can be changed to automatic, Sunny, Cloudy, Incandescent and Fluorescent
The exposure compensation settings are 2.0, 1.5, 1.0, 0.5, 0.0, -0.5, -1.0, -1.5, -2.0
The sharpness can be set to Hard, Normal and Soft
The contrast settings can be changed, as can the ISO settings.
In short, there are plenty of settings to fiddle around with to perfect the photos that you are taking!
In the photos that you will see posted on this blog, I generally use close up mode, landscape mode, portrait mode, or automatic. For night time shots, I invariably use the night mode.
I hope you will enjoy this blog as much as I enjoy snapping the images.
If you have any comments, please feel free to make them. If you would like to link to your blog, images or site, please do so.
One link that you may find interesting is this - a how to guide to build a simple tripod for your Nokia N95. I haven't got around to doing it yet, but it looks very easy and very effective.
There are loads of accessories available for the Nokia N95 - check out the links on this page.
If you would like to purchase prints of any of the images on this blog, or would like to use any of the images without the watermarks, please contact me to discuss this further.
So here's my first image that I would like to upload - me, in Tenerife in September 08, eating a fantastic ice cream:
And finally, if you haven't got yourself a Nokia N95 - now's the time to do so!