New EOS 1200D – Canon’s best-ever budget D-SLR for beginners, master your Canon camera in just one weekend, learn how to take beautiful boudoir portraits, projects on polarisers, candid portraits, create a mono montage, take close-ups of water droplets, plus free videos…
Looking to unleash your creativity? Try combining photos and textures for artistic effect. Here, we show you some great still-life techniques to get you started.
Tired of losing precious images in a morass of memory cards, flash drives and computer storage? WD’s Red drives are coming to the rescue.
Happy New Gear! Whether it’s your first Canon D-SLR or an upgrade, our your existing camera, we guarantee to help you become a better Canon photographer in 2014.
Your EOS camera is a picture-taking tool that’s been designed to capture tens of thousands of photos without any problems – and your lenses should provide a lifetime of service, too. But, like all tools, it needs to be looked after properly if it’s to keep running smoothly. By far your biggest concern will be dust, and the tutorial inside will show you a simple Canon sensor cleaning technique to keep your EOS camera running smoothly.
By using Photoshop’s Step and repeat command, you’ll find it easy to create a wintry symmetrical pattern from the most unlikeliest of sources!
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Canon has released its second compact system camera, the Canon EOS M2, which will only be available in China and Japan.
From now until 18 February 2014 you can claim up to £50 cash back on purchases of SanDisk Extreme Pro SDHC and CompactFlash cards from select retailers across the UK.
Bridge photography is a favourite subject for travel and landscape photographers alike, but getting quality pictures of bridges isn’t as easy as one might think. Your main subject is static but there are a whole host of other elements to think about. Here we’ve offered 10 bridge photography tips direct from the experts.