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.
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.
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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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