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

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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…

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