Video recording of my “customising your EOS camera, beyond the basics” presentation from last months Photography Show.   At the Photography Show in Birmingham last month, Canon UK invited me to deliver several presentations each day on their education stage. I have now recorded the first of those presentations about customising your EOS and published it on …

You’ve seen those wonderful photos where a pop of flash is used to balance lighting of a subject in daylight, so called fill-in flash. Some photographers struggle to make it work for them so let me explain… Mixing flash & daylight I had great question from a photographer at the Photography Show in Birmingham last …

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 …

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 headed off to a local motocross track over the weekend to test out my reflexes on some fast action sports. As is often the case, I took a few Speedlite 600EX-RT flashes with me too… Fortunately the December weather was on my side, with bright sunshine and not much wind. High speed sync The …

Here in the UK the clocks have changed, it’s the end of summer. For some people this means that the time on their camera is incorrect, and for others it’s once again correct. Changing the time on your camera to match the local time is simple and can be done automatically even. Change the time …