Maximum Resolution Photography: Getting the Most Out of the Canon EOS 5DS and 5DS R
201 California St.
San Francisco, California 94111
The Canon EOS 5DS and 5DS R DSLRs have raised the resolution bar for the entire photographic community. 50 million pixels is a lot of pixels to work with and they bring a lot of potential.
We want to bring you the best information possible to allow you to achieve that potential and the opportunity to craft images that will amaze you and your clients.
Photojournalist and Live Learning instructor Dave Henry has shot over 90,000 images with these cameras so far in a wide variety of shooting conditions from landscape, architectural and macro to industrial, portrait and aerial photography.
Dave spent over 30 years shooting for a newspaper while at the same time shooting commercial photography for his freelance clients so he knows how to put a camera through its paces and squeeze the most out of a huge new file size.
This program is full of comparison examples, technical information, new menus and his insights on how to obtain maximum resolution and manage your new workflow.
You will also be able to examine his 35 – 24” X 36” gallery prints complete with descriptive metadata.
You will benefit greatly from Dave’s experiences with these cameras so if you’ve recently bought one or are seriously considering a purchase, make the time to learn how to take full advantage of the sharpness and outstanding clarity these cameras can produce.
What you will learn:
• Dave’s best practices advice for maximum resolution imaging
• How to achieve maximum sharpness
• Learn Dave’s menu favorites
• Image processing software tips
• Walk-around ISOs
• Managing file sizes
• Computer and memory card requirements
• High ISO noise reduction
• Sharpness vs. depth-of-field
What to bring:
• Your Canon EOS 5DS and 5DS R
• Instruction manual (paper or PDF version on your phone)
What is provided:
• Canon notebook, pen and lens cloth
• Water and light snacks