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EOS magazine January-March 2014 back issue

EOS magazine January-March 2014 back issue

EOS magazine
(Code: JM14)
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Add this issue to your photographic library for information on EF-S lenses, close-up flash, shutter counts, DPP extras, where to check to see if  there is an update for your camera or software, plus much more.
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  1. In this issue...

    World of EOS



    Canon winter cashback - Receive money back when you buy cameras, lenses or Speedlites in Canon's latest promotion.


    Travel Photographer of the Year
    - EOS photographers win both the main award and Young Travel Photographer of the year.


    Wildlife Photographer of the Year - Winning entries from the world's most respected wildlife photo competition.


    Firmware and software updates - Check to see if there is an update for your camera or software, and the benefits and fixes offered.


    Getting closer - See what a few close-up accessories can do for your photography.

    Other Features



    Photoworkshops - Our expanding programme of events at our training facility at Tackley, Oxfordshire.


    Forum - A review of EOS magazine forum threads.

    Technique



    EF-S lenses - We clear up confusion about the lens mount introduced ten years ago.


    Close-up flash - Flash equipment and illumination techniques for close-up photography.


    Shutter count - Are you curious to find out how many times your camera's shutter has fired? We show you how.


    Centre point - Shooting with a wide aperture is an effective creative technique, but it requires practise.


    DPOF explained - Digital Print Order Format is a feature of most EOS cameras. We explain what it is and how to use it.


    Snowscapes - Striking images of wintry scenes require perseverance and precise exposure.


    Noise levels - We answer your questions about camera noise and how best to keep it to a minimum.


    How was it shot? - Peter Saint Martin combines light painting techniques with theatrical production.


    DPP extras - We look further into Canon's Digital Photo Professional software and what it can do.


    Don't panic! - What to do if your camera flashes up an error code warning.


    Freelance diary
    - Miles Willis captures the customs and colours at his first Sikh wedding.
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