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EOS magazine October-December 2021 back issue

EOS magazine October-December 2021 back issue

EOS magazine
(Code: OD21)
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Get more from your Canon EOS camera with in-depth features this issue on shooting panoramas, battery grips and how they can benefit your photography, how to capture harvest mice and how Canon’s new Animal AF system works.
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  1. Every issue of EOS magazine is carefully researched and written to ensure it's 100% relevant to your needs as a photographer and your Canon camera, whichever model you have. No other magazine goes to the same efforts to check features and compatibility.

    In the October-December 2021 issue of EOS magazine:

    Last year, during the pandemic, Del Francis began shooting portraits of clinical staff at St George’s Hospital in London.

    EOS magazine subscriber Genevieve Leaper took advantage of Canon’s Free Test Drive service to experience the mirrorless system first-hand.

    A panorama – a picture or image displaying a wide view of a scene – can be tricky to obtain in a single shot without excessive cropping and resulting loss of resolution. Nina Bailey shows how to overcome the problem by merging a number of separate images.

    Having spent his professional life shooting advertising and publicity campaigns, Colin Cross is well-accustomed to working in a studio and following a brief. But these days he prefers the freedom of photographing birds, so he pushed himself well out of his comfort zone on a recent shoot.

    If some of your shots are not as sharp as you would like, it might not be down to poor technique. Heat haze and heat shimmer can seriously affect image quality. Whilst there’s little you can do to overcome it, understanding the cause can help you accept the results and even turn it into a positive outcome.

    ANIMAL AF | The EOS R5 and R6 models feature Canon’s latest advance in autofocus technology. These cameras can detect and focus on the head of an animal, tracking it around the frame as it moves. The result is nothing short of a revolution for wildlife photographers.

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    • Readers' problems solved
    • Pros and cons of battery grips in the age of lighter cameras
    • Dust Delete Data – how to use DPP to get rid of dust spots
    • All the regular features
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