Ready for a new #CanonStories challenge? This time we want you to capture the energy of your city at night. Focus on exploring movement, colour and contrasting bright lights - we'd love to see your shots under the hashtag #CanonStories! Image by @levanterman.
#CanonTip Painting with light lets you get creative and produce some amazing results, like this shot by @jimchanfc! Want to give it a try? Simply place your camera on a tripod or firm surface, select bulb or a shooting mode so you can select a long shutter speed and use the built-in timer or a remote to fire the shutter. Step into the frame and use a handheld light source (torch, led tubes, anything that emits a bright light!) and have some fun! What are your tips for creating light painting masterpieces?
Camera: EOS 5D Mark III | Lens: EF 16-35mm f/4.0L USM | Shutter Speed: 20 seconds | Aperture: f/18 | ISO 100
Captured at the Vatnajokull Glacier, Iceland, we couldn't resist sharing this shot by @norrisniman. Where sits at the top of your travel bucket list for next year? Camera: EOS 5D Mark III | Lens: EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM
It's that time again… can you guess what camera this is? It's a hard one, but we reckon you guys will know it! Let us know in the comments below when you've cracked it…we'll post the answer on Monday! Image by @takebreaks_.
In our last #CanonStories challenge, we asked you to share notable moments in your storytelling journey. Here’s one of our favourites from @rudphotos. The next challenge is coming soon... keep an eye on our Instagram feed and newsletter (if you’re subscribed!) for more.
Captured in Norway, loved around the world - we're obsessed with this reindeer portrait by @liisachristensen! Who else is starting to get into the spirit of the season? Camera: PowerShot G7 X Mark II | Shutter Speed: 1/200 | Aperture: f/2.2 | ISO 800
Capturing the stillness of water can be difficult. What speed would you set your shutter to capture this? Image by @veritymilligan Camera: EOS 5D Mark III | Lens: EF 24-70mm f/2.8L USM at 70mm | Shutter Speed: (we'll tell you the answer to this in the comments tomorrow!) | Aperture: f/13 | ISO 100