Brian Worley

Full-time photo tutor and photographer. I love to share my knowledge and skills to make photos, videos and teach others. I write books and articles for photo magazines and I always have at least one Speedlite flash in my camera bag

Testing 1…2…3… This past weekend I was one of the fortunate folks selected to road test Glyn Dewis’ workshop. Having run training, workshops and delivered presentations many times myself it is always valuable to see how other folk do things, and I was happy to contribute feedback to Glyn on his workshop. The workshop tester …

I’ve owned an EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II USM lens almost since it became available in the UK, but for resons I can’t think of I haven’t shot with it much. I think that more often than not I take the smaller and lighter 70-200mm f/4L lens when I have a bag full of kit, …

All DSLR cameras including the EOS models have a restriction when using flash. Due to the use of a focal plane shutter mechanism there is a maximum shutter speed that can be used with flash. Go faster than the ‘sync speed’ of your camera and you often see black bands on your image. Canon has …

When the EOS-1D Mark III camera was launched one of the features that Canon added to the EOS range was AF micro-adjustment. Intended originally to allow photographers to adjust their cameras in the field when their lenses and cameras have been knocked out of calibration. In theory it should not be necessary to use AF …

When Canon launched the EOS 600D with a built-in Speedlite flash master function, it was quite reasonable for them to introduce a new lower cost entry to the world of off-camera Speedlite flash too. However in the drive for low cost I think they have had to make too many compromises with the Speedlite 270EX …