What's in January-March 2018?
This issue get stuck in with in-depth technique articles on case settings – one of Canon's more advanced focusing camera features, plus take your first steps with flash photography with our flash for beginners article. Gregg Jaden takes us underground in a rare opportunity to visit the world's largest cave, whilst Robert Birkby chooses just two lenses to take on a trip to Iceland. Plus learn not one but two clever tricks with Canon's Digital Photo Professional software.
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HDR editing tool
Subscriber Richard Laidler shows how the HDR Tool in Canon's Digital Photo Professional tool can be used with just a single image.
Robert Birkby explores a range of subjects suited to neutral density filters.
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Flash for beginners
Despite ever-increasing ISO ranges on EOS cameras, there are still plenty of occasions when you might need to use flash. Here's how to get started.
EOS CAMERA KNOWHOW
The focusing set-up on advanced EOS cameras can be highly customised for your action photography. We show you how to optimise your camera's performance.
We pick out a few lesser-known camera functions which you might have missed, but might find useful.
Gregg Jaden pushes himself and his gear to the limit in the world's largest cave.