"The shape and size of the EOS R doesn't get in between me and what I'm trying to do: connect with the subject" - Guia Besana, Canon Ambassador. We still have few stops left on our full frame roadshow around the UK, so if you did want to put the EOS R through it's paces, you can find out more via the link in bio.
Fine art photographer and Canon Ambassador @guiasarabesana brought her feelings to life in a project titled 'A Rummage of Flowers', which she shot on the brand new #EOSR. Want to find out more about how she bought her vision to life? The link in our bio will take you to her story. Image © Guia Besana Camera: EOS R | Lens: RF 50mm f/1.2L USM | Shutter Speed: 1/160 | Aperture: f/14 | ISO 160
#CanonTip Whether you’re capturing clouds moving across the sky or smooth and silky looking water, shooting long exposure is a great way to give your images a different look and feel. You'll need to take control of your shutter speed to do this – keep your eyes peeled for either Tv mode (Shutter Priority), M (Manual) or B (Bulb) modes on your camera, and experiment away! Hint: as the shutter speed gets longer, the amount of light may need to be controlled and an ND (Neutral Density) filter will help you get great photos, without over exposing the final image. Photo by @travismocker. Camera: EOS 5D Mark III | Lens: EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II USM at 16mm | Shutter Speed: 49 seconds (10 Stop ND and 0.6 ND Soft Grad Filters used) | Aperture: 11 | ISO 500
Earlier this month we hosted a #CanonMeetUp in @visitgreenwich, London – exploring all that this beautiful corner of the city has to offer. Our favourite shot of the night was @ramfry, who’s won a £500 voucher from our friends at @wexphotovideo. Huge thanks to everybody who came along, we’re looking forward to seeing more of you soon! Camera: EOS 6D Mark II | Lens: EF 85mm f/1.4L IS USM | Shutter Speed: 1/320 | Aperture: f/5.6 | ISO 160