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EOS magazine October-December 2011 back issue

EOS magazine October-December 2011 back issue

EOS magazine
(Code: OD11)
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Add this issue to your photographic library for information on the Canon EOS-1D X. Plus techniques on AE/AF lock, movie mode, slow sync flash, creative filters on the Canon EOS 60D and 600D, and an in-depth look at the new fisheye zoom EF 8-15mm f4L Fisheye USM.

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Regulars & features

  • New Canon product Canon EOS-1D X plus GP-E1 and new WFT-E6 wireless file transmitter.
  • World of EOS News and reports from the world of Canon imaging, including a volunteer project in Latin America.
  • Q&A A selection of your photographic queries.
  • Forum A round-up of recent activity on the EOS magazine forum.

  • Locked up Exposure and focusing does not have to be the job of the shutter button on your EOS camera. Other methods might suit your technique.
  • Fisheye zoom Tom Sheppard puts the new EF 18-15mm F4L Fisheye USM lens through its paces.
  • First movie We encourage all those who have not yet used movie mode to do so with our guide to the basic settings and techniques.
  • Masterclass Robert Birkby shares his tips for top landscapes, and reveals why you can sometimes ignore the rules.
  • How was it shot? Bill Rowley brought new life to his photography when he unearthed a photographic technique that he had never tried before. He explains how, by using two polarisers, you can produce dramatic backlit images.
  • Slow sync flash Understanding the balance between flash and ambient light ca help you to create dramatic images.
  • Creative filters Unlock the potential of creative filters - a new function on Canon's recent cameras, the EOS 60D and 600D.
  • Remote Shooting A guide to accessories for shooting remotely.
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