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

When Live View mode was first introduced on Canon EOS DSLR cameras some photographers were confused. Surely holding a camera at arms length so you can see the LCD screen would create camera shake. The reality is that Live View has enabled different kinds of photography to be possible or at least made less arduous. …

When you first get a new camera it’s so tempting to get out and shoot right away, but I have learnt that it’s better to personalise a camera to my way of shooting as I find that this helps me to learn the new camera faster, and ensures I get what I expect right from …

One of the questions I often get asked is how to make multiple Speedlites communicate reliably outdoors. Canon’s flash system uses pulses of light to transfer commands from the master flash to the slave flashes. The slaves don’t send communication back, but they do flash and pre-flash as requested by the master. Canon’s manuals give …

I have some great news, i’m joining forces with fellow Canon EOS and photo trainer Dave Newton on EOS Network. Together we offer an unrivalled knowledge of all things EOS and pretty much anything Canon and photography too. This is a great opportunity for both of us to work together on several projects under the …