Canon camera craft
Whether you’ve been shooting for years or you’ve just bought your first Canon DSLR, here’s a crash course for getting the most out of your EOS camera
From simple tips for new Canon users to more advanced techniques for experienced enthusiasts, it’s all in our big EOS DSLR guide
If you’re a newcomer to the world of Canon DSLR photography, here’s a warm welcome to the greatest hobby in the world. And if you’re already a dedicated Canon shooter, we can’t wait to show you how to get the most out of your camera.
Yet the world of digital photography can be a minefield to navigate at the best of times. Ask even a seasoned Canon user to explain the difference between Adobe RGB and SRGB and you’re almost guaranteed to hear an “Um…” before they answer. So to expect a newcomer to know which colour space to choose when they first take their camera out of the box is a bit of tough one, to say the least!
No matter how long you’ve been taking photographs, you can always benefit from a refresher of the fundamentals – and there will always be a mode, button or technique that you haven’t yet mastered.
So, from focal lengths to firmware updates, histograms to hyperfocal planes, blogging to back-button focusing, and everything inbetween, we’ve compiled a series of tips and insights that are sure to improve your Canon camera craft, whether photography is your amateur passion or your full-time profession – it’s all covered inside…