What's in October-December 2015?
Taking centre stage this issue are the EOS 5DS and 5DS R, used in our stunning cover shot by Nick Djuric from Broquart Photography. We give these megapixel monsters a thorough going over and see how they compare to other EOS models. The colours of the cover are also carried through the issue, as we show you how to capture those beautiful autumn tints with your camera. Plus we explain the benefits of Canon's expanded radio flash system, with the arrival of the new Speedlite 430EX III-RT.
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Autumn is a great time of year to take outdoor photos. The colours in landscapes and close-ups can be spectacular. We show you how to set your EOS camera to make the best of this sensational season.
If you're the type of person who rarely reads the instruction manual (hands-up, folks) then this is a must-read. We look at how Canon helps you learn all about your EOS using in-camera information.
The recently announced Speedlite 430EX III-RT adds to the Canon radio system, making it accessible to more EOS photographers. Speedlite flash expert Brian Worley looks at the expanded system to explain what it does and how it might just shed new light on your opinion of flash.
Manual shooting mode gives you full control over the shutter speed and aperture set on your EOS camera. We take a look at how manual mode works and why it can be better than other shooting modes for some subjects.
Buying a lens? WIth over 70 current lenses in the Canon range and a further 90 available secondhand, there's lots to consider. We look at the features you need to know about.
The EOS 5DS / R
Who needs a 50.6 megapixel sensor? We take a look at the EOS 5DS and 5DS R cameras and compare them to the 5D Mark III with its now seemingly modest 22.3MP sensor.
Metadata describes and gives information about other data. It's all around us on the web, databases and also within our digital images. We explain to you what it is, where it is used and how you can view it.