Ever wondered how wildlife photographers capture fast running cheetahs in their photographs so clearly? It all comes down to mastering the art of high speed photography. High speed photography is a technique that enables you to capture objects in motion … Continue reading High Speed Photography – Are You Fast Enough?
Canon’s 100mm macro lenses have always impressed photographers with their high picture quality, but this new and modern ‘L’ lens aims to impress further with its build quality and image stabilisation. Its image stabilisation is quite a sophisticated system, offering … Continue reading A Review of Canons Super Impressive 100mm f/2.8 L Macro Lens
This is one of the greatest portrait lenses ever made, and it’s a joy to shoot with. People using an APS-C camera might find it a little too telephoto to work with, and it doesn’t have image stabilization, so it’s … Continue reading The greatest portrait lens ever made? The Canon 135mm f/2 L Series Lens
The 17-40 is an affordable and well-known ‘L’ series lens. Designed to be an ultra-wide angle lens for full frame cameras, however it’s quite versatile: its handy zoom range ends at 40mm, and zooms out to an ultra-wide angle of 17mm. … Continue reading A Review of the Canon 17-40mm L Series Lens