EOS magazine July-September 2011

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EOS magazine July-September 2011 cover

It’s that time again – the latest issue of EOS magazine has been printed and delivered to subscribers. For those of us working on the magazine it means we can relax a little after the hectic work of getting the issue to press, and I get to see how the articles I wrote turned out in print. It’s a good moment.

I firmly believe there really isn’t another resource like our magazine. Where else are you going to find all this information in one place? The entire magazine is dedicated to helping you get the best out of your Canon EOS camera.

EOS magazine is a subscription only magazine and you won’t find it in your local magazine or bookstore. There’s two ways to subscribe, you can choose between the print edition and a digital edition that you can access from your computer via a broadband connection. All the details are here.

Contents

EOS magazine July-September 2011 spread

This issue features the work of Sam Faulkner, Olivia Bell (I interviewed her a few weeks ago here) and Jonathan Belle plus nine great technique articles:

Drive modes Do yout know how many drive modes your camera has, or what they are all for? Bet you don’t.

Focus points Hyperfocal distance focusing and maximising depth-of-field in landscape photography.

High ISO The latest EOS cameras have amazing high ISO performance. If you’ve been avoiding your camera’s highest ISO settings, now is the time to take a fresh look at them.

Flash with filters Take control of the colour of the light from your Speedlite by using coloured gels. We show you how to make the most of this creative technique.

Sweet spot What apertures gives the sharpest image? It’s not f22. Test your lenses to find their sweet spots.

Reverse vision Is larger than life-size reproduction possible without buying expensive macro lenses? It certainly is. You’ll be amazed how close you can get with a reversed lens.

How was it shot? The technique behind the light stream images of Nick Layton.

Panoramas How to create panoramic images by shooting a series of photos and merging them with Canon’s Photostitch software or Photoshop CS.

Screen change Improve the versatility of your camera by changing  your focusing screen.

 

EOS magazine July-September 2011 spread

EOS magazine July-September 2011 spread

EOS magazine July-September 2011 spread

EOS magazine July-September 2011 spread

EOS magazine July-September 2011 spread

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