I’m back at the Photography Show this year delivering seminars each day on the Canon education stage. I’m delivering three presentations each day, with an early morning, noon and night schedule. you can find my seminar schedule on the Photography Show website, and I would suggest you pop by the Canon stand early in the day …

Dual Pixel RAW was one of the big things of the new EOS 5D Mark IV at the launch, but since then it’s gone a bit quiet. I took a look to try and show you how Dual pixel RAW changes your photos. There are three effects that can be applied in Canon’s DPP software …

Shooting long exposures usually needs a tripod and a way to release the shutter without touching the camera. You can use the Canon Camera Connect app to trigger long exposures using a WiFi connection. Thanks to a really great comment from Krisztián Balázs on my earlier post about EOS 5D Mark IV WiFi options I …

I’ve been working on my post production workflow for portraits in Lightroom, and have some tips to share about how I’m working on my portraits at the moment. All my work gets imported to Lightroom as much for management of the image collection as anything else. Now looking back it seems that for a good …

Did you know you can edit video with Photoshop? One of the barriers to working with video is the notion that you need to learn or buy yet more software. However if you subscribe to Adobe’s Photographer Creative Cloud program you already have the software needed to edit video. Yes you can edit video in Photoshop! …

On the eleventh day of Christmas… Eleven Pipers Piping… so today it’s all about getting your pictures from your camera to you computer screen when you shoot tethered. High-speed tethered shooting Tethered shooting is a topic that is really popular amongst this site’s visitors and today I have a top tip about tethered shooting with the …