Artie Morris and Denise Ippolito review the most popular of Canon lenses in this class, share the techniques that they use with them, and illustrate the great variety of images that they have created with lenses like the 70-200mm f/4L IS II, the old 100-400, and the amazing new 100-400 II.
The Grid: Canon 1DX Mark II with Rudy Winston, Peter Read Miller, and Damian Strohmeyer.
Rudy answers all the technical questions from the viewers on the 1DX markii and Peter and Damian share their views on shooting with the new camera at the super bowl. They also share some of their photos they captured.
Take control of colour, shorten color editing time and get prints that match what you see on your monitor! Join host and X-Rite Coloratti Joe Brady as he takes you step-by-step through the techniques and gear that will make great color fast, easy and repeatable.
This is a good video for club members using Canon to understand the evolution of Canon EF Lens Technology.
Photographer and educator Matt Kloskowski takes a look at some lens accessories gives some helpful tips about how to care for your lenses.
Telephoto lenses let you get close in on a subject. Photographer and educator Matt Kloskowski shows you how to get the most out of your Canon telephoto Lenses.
A wide-angle lens lets you capture a broader field of view than most lenses and brings in everything around you. Photographer and educator Matt Kloskowski takes you through the best uses of wide-angle lenses and gives some tips on getting great photos with them.
Tilt-shift lenses are most popular for architectural photography because it helps to correct the leaning effect we see in photos of tall objects like buildings and walls. Photographer and educator Matt Kloskowski gives some tips on architectural and landscape use of Canon tilt-shift lenses.
With its 180º field of view, fisheye lenses give a unique view of the world. Photographer and educator Matt Kloskowski shows some examples of the amazing images you can capture with Canon lenses like the 8-15mm lens.
Macro photography is all about photographing objects that are really close to the lens. Macro lenses not only let you close-in on a subject, but also allow you to zoom in on a subject that you cannot get close to. Photographer and educator Matt Kloskowski gives some tips on the best way to capture images that are up to 5 times normal size with Canon’s MPE-65mm.