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…
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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.
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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.
This issue we share dedicated tips for 16 of the most popular EOS D-SLRs, our 8-page guide reveals how to Make Cash With Your Canon, our Apprentice spends a day with a top professional to learn how to take stunning close-up shots of indoor flowers, and we display the best Canon photos from the Wildlife Photographer Of The Year 2013 competition.
In our 80th issue on sale now, we celebrate all that is autumn with a special outdoor photography guide that shows you how to capture colourful landscapes and watery scenes, and autumn wildlife and outdoor portraits. Learn how to shoot and score with your football photography with a top Canon pro at a Premiership match, plus great projects from panospheres and arty action sports shots, to shooting and printing timeless black-and-white portraits…
Our sister title Photography Week, the market-leading digital magazine for enthusiast photographers, celebrates its first birthday this week with a special free issue.
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.