The clocks have changed overnight, summer time is gone and in the UK we’re back to good old GMT. It’s time to update the clock in your camera too. Your camera clock is now either an hour out, or if you never changed it in the spring is now back in correct time. I always …

I’m a huge fan of 85mm focal length, and recently I got an opportunity to shoot with the latest Canon RF 85mm F1.2L USM for just one day.  I was asked to deliver a pair of Speedlite portrait seminars with Canon and Camera Centre UK in Cardiff. Canon had brought along a selection of lenses …

I was recently asked why the AF point displays of an EOS 7D Mark II (65-points) and EOS 5D Mark IV (61-points) appeared quite differently on the LCD. The reason was nothing to do with the number of points, but the two specific cameras configuration for the initial starting point when using all AF points …

Manual exposure mode, the one where you are in complete control of your photos. Sometimes you need a little helping hand, and same exposure new aperture is that aid. You know “full” manual where you determine the shutter speed, aperture and ISO. So this helpful same exposure for new aperture function makes your life just …

When taking a portrait of a person in a mirror, the challenge is not appearing in the photo yourself. To keep yourself out of the frame, use the shift movement of a tilt-shift lens. So before we start, let’s take a look at what the shift movement does. Shift movement Shift is the movement conventionally …