What's in July-September 2016?
We jump straight into the action this issue as we hone our action photography skills and capture pin-sharp images from moving subjects.
In the technique section this issue we get wild and wide with wide-angle lenses for wildlife shots, learn about histograms and how they can help your exposure and look at the recent resurgence in film photography. Plus expand your EOS system knowledge with information on Canon's latest products.
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How can a simple graph tell you anything about exposure? Believe it or not, the humble histogram is rather good at giving you information to improve your images. Here's our guide to interpreting yours.
Wild and wide
Think wildlife and most photographers think telephoto lenses – the longer, the better. Drew Buckley decided to be different and went wide-angle for some of hie images.
New EOS products
Techniques – our top picks
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Any Canon EOS camera is capable of shooting pin-sharp action images, but it's not easy. Here are some EOS features and photo techniques that can help you improve your strike rate.
The new EOS 80D is a fantastic camera, but is it worth upgrading from your current model? And what else in the current EOS line-up might suit you and your photography better?
Three new accessories from Canon this season:
Speedlite 600EX II-RT
EF-M 28mm f3.5 Macro IS STM
When you use a Speedlite, you need the flash to fire at the moment the shutter is fully open – this is called flash synchronisation. With a focal-plane shutter it is not as straightforward as you might think.