Chris says: We tweaked a few of Les’ basic settings to get better results instantly. First he changed to shooting in 14-bit RAW, which takes up more space on your memory card but gives a little extra tonal and colour range. Les had his picture control set to Vivid. This is usually used for things like fashion shoots, so he switch back to neutral, as you can always increase colours in post-production. Before they got ready to find some puffins to pose for them, Chris checked that Les was all set up and ready to take some great bird portraits.