What's in this issue?
Lisa Holloway describes how she uses backlighting for many of her portraits.
You don't need a macro lens to shoot at large magnifications. We explore how you can shoot close-ups using zoom lenses you already own.
Your EOS camera offers the choice of Adobe RGB and sRGB colour spaces. Which one should you select? What difference does it make?
Most EOS cameras have an expanded ISO range, which offers a wider choice of settings. We look at how useful they are and why they are not available as standard.
You can save your camera to a custom shooting mode, creating a dedicated camera set-up for a specific type of photography.
Life in the fast lane
Kym Illman found a way through the red tape to become and accredited F1 photographer.
The latest equipment
Three new Canon cameras – EOS M50, EOS 400D and EOS 200D – and the clever Speedlite 470EX-AI.
Christopher Head leaves his EOS 5D Mark IV at home in favour of a lightweight travel kit that does not compromise on quality.
25 years of change
We take a look at some of the technology introduced by Canon since the first issue of EOS magazine in 1993.
When & where?
By decrypting a date code on a Canon lens you could find out when it was manufactured. Now Canon has changed this.
Store and share
Canon's Irista allows you to store your images securely and share them easily. We get you started.
Photo writing competition
To celebrate the 100th issue of the EOS magazine, we're inviting you to enter our new competition. Show us what you know and you could win a M50 camera, plus the chance to be published in the EOS magazine.