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What's in July-September 2014?

Phil Jones (cover and pages 44-9) takes us through the pros and cons of using Canon Speedlites in a studio. We take you back-to-basics with lenses, focal lengths and aperture, whilst also looking at Canon's three new lenses introduced this spring. We also ask – does Canon's face detection technology work? We put it to the test and offer some practical advice so you can get the best from what it can do. Plus we look at the big picture and show you how to master panoramas.

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EOSmagJul14p26Lens basics

How are focal length and perspective related? What connects apertures and depth-of-field? Why do apertures have such strange values? We step into the world of lenses and optics to find out.

Face detectionEOSmagJul14p40

Face detection technology, which aims to do the same, is now built into many EOS cameras. Brian Worley explains what it is, how it works and how it is used.

The big picture

We explore the tips and techniques involved in creating a super-wide panorama, from image acquisition through computer manipulation to final printing. Learn how to create them without recourse to a special camera, lens or printer.

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EOSmagJul14p45Studio flash

When we talk about studio flash, we usually mean the mains-powered units found in professional photo studios. However, more and more EOS owners are discovering the benfits of using Canon Speedlites in a studio. We look at the pros and cons.

EOSmagJul14p50Macro methods

Take a break from your everyday view of the world and discover the Lilliputian realm where familiar objects take on a whole new identity.

Movie exposureEOSmagJul14p62

Getting the correct exposure is just as important when you're shooting movies as when you're shooting still images. Luckily you can let our EOS camera do this for you, but you can also make some exposure tweaks.

EOSmagJul14p66Violets are blue?

We help resolve your colour blues with a suggested workflow for colour correction.

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