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    Canon DSLR Tips: 5 hints and tips for fast prime lenses

    | Canon D-SLR Skills | 15/10/2013 17:17pm
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    Have you recently bought a new prime lens? So you think you know how to use it? Like many of us, you may have your favourite go-to pieces of kit, but are you really getting the best out of it…

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    Canon supports photography students with new programme

    | News | 24/09/2013 16:13pm
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    Today Canon unveils a new programme to help engage students in the world of photography… The Canon Student Network (CSN) is designed to help aspiring photographers studying photography or other art related courses to take the necessary steps into the world of photography as a profession to develop their love of photography along with real world business advice.

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    Canon DSLR Tutorial: When should you use the Av mode?

    | Canon D-SLR Skills | 03/09/2013 12:53pm
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    Aperture Value shooting mode, often also called Aperture Priority, gives you direct access to what aperture you want to use when shooting. In Program, Full Auto and the various scene modes, the camera makes a best guess at the right combination of aperture and shutter speed for a correct exposure, while also aiming to deliver a sufficiently fast shutter speed to avoid camera shake or motion blur. It works well most of the time but, when you want to get more creative with selective aperture settings, it’s best to switch to Av mode.

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    Canon launch six All-in-One inkjet printers

    | Camera & Gear Tests, News | 22/08/2013 11:07am
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    Canon today announces the launch of three new All-in-One inkjet printers, the PIXMA MG2450, MG2550 and MG3550 that are compact in design, plus three new web-connected All-in-One inkjet printers, the PIXMA MG2450, MG2550 and MG3550 to lead the refreshed PIXMA home range, ideal for personal and home office use.

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    Canon tips: How to edit EXIF data in EOS Utility

    | Computer & Software Help | 20/08/2013 14:57pm
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    Adding copyright information in-camera can be cumbersome. However, you can also use Canon’s EOS Utility software (on the CD that came with your D-SLR) to check and edit this information on your PC or Mac.

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    Canon DSLR Tips: What’s the best telephoto zoom?

    | Photography Kit | 15/08/2013 12:54pm
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    Thinking of buying a new telephoto lens or fancy an upgrade? We compare our top four favourites to suit a range of budgets.

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    Canon DSLR Tips: 5 hints and tips for Macro lenses

    | Canon D-SLR Skills | 13/08/2013 11:46am
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    Have you recently bought a new macro lens? So you think you know how to use it? Like many of us, you may have your favourite go-to pieces of kit, but are you really getting the best out of it…

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    Canon DSLR tips: How to capture interior shots

    | Canon D-SLR Skills | 30/07/2013 16:19pm
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    When it comes to photographing the interiors of churches and cathedrals the lighting conditions can be challenging. Flash is notoriously tricky for large indoor spaces, due to what’s technically known as the ‘inverse-square law’. Follow our simple 4-step guide to get your camera set up for interior shots.

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    Canon DSLR Tips: Exposure bracketing

    | Canon D-SLR Skills | 25/07/2013 16:53pm
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    Auto exposure bracketing is a great way to get picture perfect results. You’ll often hear that it’s good to shoot in Raw quality mode, so that you can make adjustments to the exposure value at the editing stage. However, it’s still best to nail the exposure setting within half a stop of the ideal value when shooting, to ensure optimum image quality.

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    Canon DSLR Tips: Get set up for moving pictures

    | Canon D-SLR Skills | 18/07/2013 13:28pm
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    How to shoot from Trains, planes and automobiles with your Canon DSLR. There are several things to bear in mind when you’re shooting moving pictures from trains, many of which are equally applicable to shooting from planes, coaches and other vehicles.

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