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"While visiting the Big Buddha in Phuket, Thailand, these monkeys were going through the trash, finding discarded bottles of soda to drink." #MyCanonStory
Photo Credit: @karahimich
Camera: #Canon EOS 5D Mark IV
Lens: EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS III USM
Shutter Speed: 1/750 sec
Focal Length: 200mm
"I love photographing flowers around the side road whenever I am out and about! Nature has the most calming effect on me!" #MyCanonStory
Photo Credit: @mbmphotographs
Camera: #Canon EOS 5D Mark IV
Lens: EF 35mm f/1.4L II USM
Shutter Speed: 1/250 sec
Focal Length: 35mm
Seas the day with the #EOSM50 🌊☀️🏖
This week's photo theme is #Ocean . Share your refreshing photos with us and make sure to tag #CanonFanPhoto . Let us know what gear you used for a chance to see your image featured on our page.
Camera: #Canon EOS 7D
Lens: EF 15mm f/2.8 Fisheye
Shutter Speed: 1/800 sec
Focal Length: 15mm
A look inside #CanonExplorerOfLight @photospice 's #camerabag : "As a photojournalist, my assignments range from covering protests, natural disasters, working in conflict zones, crime scenes, press conferences, fires, portraits, political campaigns, to every day feature stories. The assignment I’m covering will dictate what gear I pack.
I’m a candyholic, so no matter what I’m covering I cram a pack of sour patch candies into the side pocket of my camera bag… they are so good!
If I’m covering spot news, I use my 100-400mm lens. In LA, where I’m based, the LAPD seal off a crime scene –sometimes blocks away from where the violence occurred- so I need a powerful zoom to make the picture. It’s a light lens and easy to carry around. I also like to work with it for sports feature stories. It’s what we call a ‘street sweeper’ because of its varied focal lengths.
If I’m working on stories where I want to convey an intimate point of you I use prime lenses - a 24, 35 or 50mm. I photograph full frame so when I’m using a 24mm, or 35mm, I’m close to the subject which captures emotions authentically. I also like the aesthetic of a wide-open f-stop on prime lens.
I like to use one camera when I’m working - it keeps the weight down and helps me navigate a story a little more incognito. A lot of my work is editorial and I’m often photographing people in distress so I approach scenes delicately… I try not to be an intimidating force.
My 5D Mark IV’s are my assignment go-to cameras. They are extraordinary in low light conditions and since I rarely use artificial light I need a camera that offers crisp files in poor lighting situations. When I’m using it for video, my go to lens is the 24-105mm. It has such a lovely versatility and it allows me to get most of the shots I need. My 85mm f/1.4L IS USM lens is my portrait lens – it’s sharp and doesn’t distort the subjects’ features.
I always carry a portable hard drive and extra flashcards that I keep in my trusted Westie pink purse. In the trunk of my car I have protective goggles and a helmet in case I’m covering a violent protest. I also pack a notebook, fountain pen, flashlight, and passport - my travel docs to cover the world”
"I love everything about street photography. You can find so many different perspectives and ideas using your surroundings and let your creativity run wild. This is my Urban Falls." #MyCanonStory
Photo Credit: @philafocus
Camera: #Canon EOS Rebel T6
Lens: EF 50mm f/1.8 STM
Shutter Speed: 1/3200 sec
Focal Length: 50mm
#BehindTheShot with #CanonExplorerOfLight @dorn.bruce : "When setting out to create a cinematic scene, I always start with a little PIE 🤪
Preparation. Imagination. Execution.
Prepare: Scout for a good location, gather interesting props, and assemble a great team.
Ideate: Use imagination and the elements of Step 1 to inspire an intriguing concept.
Execute: With a solid concept in mind, create an interesting character.
In this instance the availability of a beautiful long-range biplane inspired thoughts of travel into the unknown. Those thoughts, in turn, inspired me to pay homage to the bold and famous female flyers Beryl Markham and Amelia Earhart. Sharing this concept with my model and cosmetics team led to the development of a strong and striking-looking adventuress.
Solid prep, an imaginative scenario, and creative execution makes for a great result. And, seriously - who doesn’t like PIE?!? Follow my feed for more tasty photographic recipes @dorn.bruce "
Camera: Canon EOS R
Lens: RF 24-105mm
Shutter Speed: 1/2500 sec
Focal Length: 24mm
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"The weather was supposed to be grey and rainy but when we entered the valley we were greeted by one of the most beautiful sunrises. That combined with the low-lying fog made for the most unforgettable Yosemite morning." #MyCanonStory
Photo Credit: @iandea14
Camera: #Canon EOS 5D Mark II
Lens: EF 24-70mm f/2.8L II USM
Shutter Speed: 1/200 sec
Focal Length: 24mm