Canon

4
Share
11 months ago
Hands-on Review

Tamron’s brand-new 150-600mm f/5-6.3 SP Di VC USD has generated a lot of attention with its release. This is mainly because it offers Canon, Nikon, and Sony shooters access to the super-telephoto zoom. This lens replaces Tamron’s 200-500mm f/5-6.3 Di VC USD and provides photographers with just a little more reach.

 
76
Share
1 year ago
Hands-on Review

Canon has unveiled two new Full HD professional camcorders, as well as a new CINE-SERVO 17-120mm T2.95-3.9 lens in both EF and PL mounts. Along with these new products, Canon has also announced that an upgraded version of the EOS C100 will be available, featuring Canon's Dual Pixel CMOS AF technology.

16
Share
1 year ago
News
Mike Olbinski went from photographing lightning in his backyard with a point-and-shoot camera to being a professional storm photographer—in a flash. His time-lapse storm videos have gone viral in a big way; one of them even made an appearance in a major motion picture. I spoke to Olbinski to find out how he does it....
2
Share
1 year ago
Features

Join Mia McCormick, of Kelby Media, as she discusses the Canon VIXIA Mini X Full HD Camcorder, and why it may be the video blogging tool for you. This video explores the specifications of the camcorder, including the 12.8MP sensor, which captures Full HD, and the f/2.8 lens with ultra-wide-angle and close-up recording options, as well as the unique design of the camera, which features an...
2
Share
1 year ago
Hands-on Review
The Canon Vixia HF G30 is garnering a great deal of attention; watch Mia McCormick, of Kelby Media, as she enlightens us about what makes this consumer camcorder a standout. Pointing out important features such as the fast aperture, optical zoom, and image stabilization, McCormick makes...
0
Share
1 year ago
Hands-on Review

Some wedding photographers work without an assistant; others say they can’t do their job effectively without one. How do you decide if or when you need an assistant?

0
Share
1 year ago
Tips and Solutions

A macro lens is an important tool for a wedding photographer. Perhaps not as crucial as capturing the kiss at the altar or the daddy-daughter dance, a close-up of the rings, flowers or candle being lit is considered part of the standard package. These moments may very well be situated in less than ideal lighting conditions, so a fast macro lens is needed to guarantee you get that shot.

1
Share
1 year ago
Hands-on Review

Snow is still on the ground here in the Northeast, but apparently it’s spring cleaning time at Canon. From entry-level to “tough” cameras to advanced point-and-shoots and even the great Rebel entry-level DSLR series, Canon is sweeping the table clean and upgrading many of their most popular cameras for 2014.

0
Share
1 year ago
News
In the following video, Larry Becker, of Kelby Meida, discusses the Canon PowerShot G16 digital camera and presents an overview of some its most notable features and specifications. Becker explores the core technologies and highlights some of the improvements over its predecessor, the...
2
Share
1 year ago
Hands-on Review

Canon is ringing in the 2014 New Year by announcing a handful of new VIXIA camcorder models at CES. The new models include Canon’s VIXIA HF R50, VIXIA HF R52, VIXIA HF R500, and VIXIA mini X. All four support up to Full HD 1920 x 1080p video recording for capturing high-resolution video and photos.

4
Share
1 year ago
News

With the beginning of a new year Canon has announced three new PowerShot point-and-shoots ready to take their place in 2014 as updates to already successful cameras.

2
Share
1 year ago
News

With much of the focus on imaging nowadays being pinpointed solely on sharing online, much of the attention toward developing a fine, finished print has gone by the wayside. This is not to say, however, that printing is a thing of the past. A certain way to make a statement with your imagery, to provide an actual, finished gift, or to simply gain a new perspective on your photographs is to print them.

0
Share
1 year ago
Hands-on Review

As far as shooting goes, there may be nothing more satisfying than getting the shot you want, or getting that image or camera move exactly the way you see it in your mind. Conversely, there may be nothing as disappointing as coming close to your shot, but just not nailing it. This could be caused by any number of factors, but in the end it feels like expecting ice cream, only to bite into shaving cream instead.

 
0
Share
1 year ago
Hands-on Review

Over the course of 2013, the photographic-technology landscape has certainly held its fair share of innovations, updates, new releases, and refinements, with manufacturers pushing to meet certain contemporary image-making goals as well as working to draft the blueprint of what to expect in subsequent years.

 
by |
0
Share
1 year ago
Hands-on Review

Pages