What's in July-September 2015?
As demonstrated by Loic Lagarde's beautiful shot on the cover this issue, the new EF 11-24mm f4L USM is quality through and through. We put the lens through its paces and compare to two EF primes. Learn all about lens apertures with our essential technique guide. There's also a two-minute technique on portrait photography, plus you can improve your understanding of Canon Speedlite flash. We take an in-depth look at filters and see what tonal tweaking we can achieve with two of Canon's built-in features.
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Making sure you capture the most details from shadows to highlights is a basic function of good exposure. Canon provides two menu settings that affect the way your camera deals with the dynamic range of images it sees – Auto Lighting Optimiser and Highlight Tone Priority.
Zoom or prime?
Tim Dodd puts the EF 11-24mm f4L USM through its paces and compares this L-series zoom to its prime counterparts.
Aperture is one of the factors that control exposure in your camera. However, it does much more than just regulating the amount of light passing through the lens. We look at the effects of aperture on your photography.
Flash tips and tricks
How much do you really know about flash photography with Canon EOS cameras and Speedlites? Check your understanding of the system with this compilation of tips, tricks and techniques by Brian Worley.
Filters for digital
Now that we can process images on our computer, do we still need to use screw-on filters for artistic effect, or can the same results be created digitally?
EOS Movie Utility
As more EOS cameras become capable of shooting high-quality video, we need simple software for playing, merging and saving movies. Enter the EMU, a free application from Canon.
Modern batteries serve us very well, but there are times when the ability to plug an EOS camera into a mains power socket can be a distinct advantage.