What's in October-December 2018?
Crikey, we had a TOUGH job getting everything into this issue. Canon released a new EOS system plus a whole bunch of lenses and a Speedlite just 10 days before going to press, so as well as the new products we've squeezed the best techniques and camera features in too. See it all with Live View, pan for golden shots and shoot for the moon!
And echoing the fast pace of the mag, Luca Venturi also brings us the excitement and energy from the Palio horse race in Sienna, Italy.
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Shoot for the moon
The equipment you need for photographing the moon can be relatively simple, says Andrew Fusek Peters. Find out why he's obsessed with moon shots and how to be starstruck by your results.
Luca Venturi captures the excitement, energy and rivarly of the famous Palio horse race as part of the winning team with his EOS 5D Mark III.
Daniel Jackson has been using Canon's latest TS-E 90mm tilt-and-shift lens with its close-focusing capabilities.
PHOTO WRITING COMP WINNER
To celebrate the 100th issue of EOS magazine earlier this year, we launched a Photo Writing Competition. Read Dave Simpson's winning piece on back button focusing, a useful camera customisation that's won him a Canon EOS M50 camera!
Optimise your focusing with an orientation-linked shooting option.
Useful at times, we explain when you should use Live View and when it's best avoided.
How to capture still images from your movie sequences using Canon DIgital Photo Professional software
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