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What's in April-June 2014?

We're back on board with BeetleCam this issue (pages 50-55) after our initial encounter a few years back. Landscape photographer Graham Clark reports back after a year in the field with the EOS 6D (pages 56-61) and our very own Dave Baxter has been experimenting with different ways of achieving the miniature effect on your Canon camera (pages 38-43) . Plus we look at Canon's Picture Style Editor, movie mode and LED lighting.

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Movie settingsEOSmagApr14p70

When you first make the leap from shooting still images to movies, some of the technical terms you encounter can be a little confusing. Don't worry – they're really quite straightforward. A little time spent understanding them will help you choose the correct settings for your camera whatever your shooting requirements.

Cool lightingEOSmagApr14p47

LED lights are becoming more common in photography and video. How useful are they? Will they replace conventional flash units? We examine the pros and cons of this cool lighting technology.

Tiny tricksEOSmagApr14p39

Highly selective focusing is often used to make a subject stand out from the background, but it can also be used to fool the eye when applied in unusual ways. We examine various techniques to achieve the popular miniature effect.

Sensor fact file EOSmagApr14p30a

Imaging sensors have come a long way since their invention in 1961. We examine their function and future development.

EOS 6D in the fieldEOSmagApr14p60

Landscape photographer Graham Clark snapped up an EOS 6D as soon as it started shipping to the USA after being announced in September 2012. After a year of constant use he reviews how this compact full-frame camera has performed.

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Creative stylesEOSmagApr14p64a

If you shoot JPEG or video, Picture Styles are an essential aspect of your camera's operation. You need to understand them if you want optimal results. We get creative and make unusual new styles using Canon's Picture Style Editor.

Close encountersEOSmagApr14p54

The BeetleCam is a remote-controlled buggy which can carry your EOS into the lion's den.

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