As a proud owner of an EOS 5D Mark III, one of the most capable and versatile DSLRs in Canon's line-up, how do you start to get to grips with this phenomenal camera? This guide, written by EOS magazine's Technical Editor Nina Bailey, will show you how.
Delve into the fascinating world of close-up and macro photography with Nina Bailey as your guide. In this book you will learn how to use your Canon EOS camera to achieve varying levels of magnification, using a range of standard and dedicated equipment including extension tubes, close-up and macro lenses.
This book takes a simple, non-technical approach to photographing animals and birds in captivity. It’s especially written for users of Canon EOS cameras and looks at the topics that you need to understand to take some great pictures when visiting zoos and safari parks around the country.
With strong emphasis on the ethics and legalities of animal welfare, the protection of the environment and the responsibilities of the photographer, Richard Garvey-Williams's concise, comprehensive yet accessible text covers the practical techniques of wildlife photography.
Whether you are planning to take up wedding photography professionally or have been given the role of photographer at a friend’s or relative’s big day, Mastering Wedding Photography is packed with expert advice and top tips on capturing those treasured memories.
The Expanded Guide to Understanding Composition by David Taylor is written in bite-sized chunks and is suited to photographers at all levels who want to better their images, understand the impact of perspective and how to attune the mind to the art of looking.