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Shoot for Greatness: How to Turn Your Dog Into a Monster

Instead of making your dog or cat sit for a formal portrait, try taking your pet photography to the next level. Using forced perspective photography, you can alter the perception of size and dimension of your pet, making it seem much larger than it is in reality.

A Fine Art Frame of Mind

I gave myself permission to make art for myself, using it as an outlet for personal and creative growth. As a young artist who chose to express herself through photography, my visual decisions were primarily aesthetic and compulsory in nature.

Shoot for Greatness: How to Mirror the Moment

Capturing reflections is made simple with the advanced technology inside your Canon EOS DSLR camera. The hardest part of outdoor reflection photography is waiting for the winds to calm so you can take your shot. With a little patience and some experimentation, you’ll be snapping vibrant reflection shots in rain puddles in no time.

Travel Photography with the EOS M100

I’ve been an SLR (and later DSLR) user for more than twenty years, and was skeptical about using a mirrorless camera when asked to give the M100 a try. Like many DSLR users, I have become accustomed to the durability that my “big” camera provides, and I know that I can rely on it for nearly any occasion and any shooting condition that presents itself.

Photographing Wildlife with Multiple Canon Speedlites

Using two or more Canon Speedlites is a tremendously effective way to make exquisite wildlife images. My journey in wildlife photography began with multiple Speedlites four decades ago. The key is setting the exposure, placing the lights for the best lighting, and getting them to all fire instantly.

Shoot for Greatness: How to Defy Gravity

Creating optical illusions in photography is some of the most fun you’ll have with a camera, and it’s easier than you may think. To take effective gravity-defying images, all you need is your Canon DSLR camera and plenty of imagination. Grab your camera, an assistant and some props and get ready to turn the world on its head.

Canon Lenses for Wildlife Photography

Canon offers a wide array of excellent lenses that are especially useful for photographing animals — both wild and domestic. There are many choices that fill all needs and budgets. Let’s look at the various lens choices that work well for animal photographers and explain the options.

Photographing Snow

The biggest challenge when photographing snow lies in your camera’s metering system. Learn how to control overexposure and capture a well-balanced image.

Sightseeing with the Canon PowerShot G1 X Mark III

When I first heard about the new PowerShot G1 X Mark III, I wanted to know a few things . . . What was different about it? Why should someone consider this camera over another? How does it solve problems? I was very intrigued and couldn’t wait to test it out for myself, so I set out to find some answers during an excursion.

Photographing Holiday Lights

There are many different tricks and techniques to capture the beguiling colors, glitters, and twinkles of holiday lights.

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