Review Photos on Canon T4i

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You're watching VisiHow. In this video, we're going to show how to review the images you've taken with your Canon T4i (650D) camera.

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Steps

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    First, press the playback button located on the bottom-right side of the camera.
    This will show you your images.
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    You can scroll through 10 images at a time by using the main dial at the top front of the camera.
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    You can also see an index of all your images by pressing the index button.
    It's the button with a checkered box at the top-right side of the back of the camera.
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    If you press the index button again, you will see more images simultaneously on the display.
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    You can scroll 10 index pages at a time by using the main dial.
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    If you want to zoom in on an image, press the magnify button.
    It's on the right-hand side of the back of the camera.
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    Press the magnify button again to zoom in more on the image.
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    Pan the image by tapping and dragging the image on the screen.
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    You can also use the cross keys to pan the picture.
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    Pressing the reduce button will zoom the image out.
    This button has a magnifying glass with a minus. The more times you press the button, the farther you will go.
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    You can also see information by pressing the "INFO" button.
    It's on the left side of the display. It will give you basic information.
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    You can see the shutter time.
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    You can see the aperture used.
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    You can see the picture number.
    In this case, the current photo is the 16th out of 90 images.
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    Press "INFO" once more.
    You will see a histogram.
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    You will see the shooting mode that you'll have used as well as the file format.
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    Press "INFO" once more.
    The camera will show other histograms with the red-, green-, and blue-channel (RGB) information.
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    Press "INFO" several times to go to the screen from step 16.
    When you're in histogram mode, you will see some blinking white areas. Those are areas of your image that are overexposed. It is all right to have a few blinking areas in your photo, but if you notice that large areas of your photo are blinking white, you may want to adjust your exposure settings.
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