Add your name to the metadata in every picture

Your camera has the option to include your name in the digital information, known as metadata, that is included with every image. This is how you setup your camera with your name to be added to the metadata. Most modern EOS cameras have three fields that you can use to store your name and copyright …

Safety shift explained

Safety shift is a custom setting designed to avoid over or underexposed images when using shutter or aperture priority modes with a manually set ISO. When active it can override the selected shutter speed in Tv mode, aperture value in Av modes or ISO in Tv, Av and P modes. Shutter priority and safety shift …

What is the priority card?

EOS R-series cameras with two card slots have a setting to identify a priority card, that ensures your camera writes to the expected card whenever it is available. The priority card is set from the record play settings within the record function / card + folder selection menu. When set the camera will always prioritise …

Speedlite Transmitter ST-E10 on EOS R6 Mark II with quick flash group control display

EOS R6 Mark II and EOS R8 have gained a quick way to control the settings for up to five groups of Speedlites when using group mode. Quick flash group control It has been possible control the settings of Canon Speedlites from the camera LCD screen since the launch of EOS-1D Mark III and Speedlite …

switching shutter speed with the AF-ON button to freeze action or pan to show movement

Push to pan might well be one of the smartest things I’ve worked out for my EOS cameras in a long time. With this custom camera configuration I can switch between action freezing and a panning shots mid-way through a series of pictures. I like to shoot sports and action pictures, it’s my second passion …

Best ways to use RF lens control ring

RF lens control ring was one of many new features of the EOS R camera system and there are many possibilities for how to use them. In this post you will learn what the settings are and how to make effective use for your specific imaging needs. From the first time I held an EOS …