Learn photography and videography basics in our EOS 101 series where we delve into shooting modes, auto focus, file types and more. These tutorials range from setup to post production and offer tips on how to utilize the features of your EOS camera.
See how Explorer of Light Eddie Tapp makes the most out of the software bundled with the imagePROGRAF printer.
To produce 4k video of some of the best tap dancers in the world, Cinematographer Steven Poster ASC, utilizes the Cinema EOS C500 and an array of Cinema Lenses to capture every move in "Rhythm of Life."
Explore the features and functions of Canon's EOS C100 in these educational tutorials hosted by Canon Digital Learning Center contributor Jem Schofield.
Are great images a product of the photographer, or their camera equipment? This series (formerly known as "Lens of the Month") explores the idea that it's BOTH: Featuring a professional photographer and a single Canon lens, the Canon Digital Learning Center focuses on the relationship that artists can have with their gear.
Explorer of Light Eddie Tapp explains how to make the most out of the software that comes bundled with your PIXMA printer.
Explorer of Light Vincent Laforet explains the basics of time lapse photography techniques, from equipment needs, to calculating interval formulas, to creative considerations, and of course processing and assembly of the images into a finished time lapse movie.
Canon On-Camera Tutorial Videos explore a specific feature or technology of the EOS 6D. These instructional videos are designed to be viewed at your convenience: Watch them online, on the go, or even on your camera's rear LCD screen -- so you can follow along, every step of the way!
In this fast-paced presentation, Syl shares his insights and tips about how to push out the boundaries of flash photography with the new Canon Speedlite system.
In this Focus On installment, we interview Peter Read Miller, Explorer of Light and veteran staff photographer for Sports Illustrated with over 100 SI covers to his credit, about his use of the EF 400mm f/2.8L IS II and EF 600mm f/4L IS II USM telephoto lenses.