Gear Check: Canon Drop-In Polarizer

Circular polarizing filters are used for cutting down reflected light from water, wet surfaces, foliage and the sky. Most avid photographers are at least aware of their regular usage in landscape photography, and smart ones have one in their bag because it can totally transform an image when used...

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The Best Lens for Aerial Photography

A recent aerial photography flight in Whistler reminded to tackle the subject of the best lens for this kind of work. Without a doubt, it needs to be a zoom lens because objects pass quickly and you simply can’t be wasting time switching prime lenses. For me the clear choice is a 24-105mm...

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12 Best Accessories for the Canon EOS M50

Continuing my coverage of the Canon EOS M50 mirrorless camera, I wanted to show you guys the accessories that I think work best with this awesome little camera. Canon BR-E1 Bluetooth Remote The fact that Canon didn’t include any kind of wired remote port on the M50 means that you have to use...

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Adobe Now Supports Canon CR3 and C-Raw Files from the M50

Adobe released a gigantic Creative Cloud update today with a ton of new features, some of which I want to delve into with some specific posts in the coming days and weeks. However, one thing I wanted to mention right away is that Photoshop, Lightroom Classic, Lightroom CC and Camera RAW are now...

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Canon EOS M50 and BR-E1 Bluetooth Remote

I’m currently evaluating the new Canon EOS M50 mirrorless camera and after a few hours playing with it, I wanted to post this information so that it’s widely available by others searching for it. In short, the user manual for the M50 is the worst one that I have ever seen with a Canon...

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Canon 100-400 IS II – Aperture Vs. Focal Length

It’s rare that I go anywhere without the Canon 100-400 f/4.5-5.6 L IS II in my bag. It’s a versatile and extremely sharp lens that’s just as capable at capturing detailed landscapes as it is with wildlife. One of the reasons I love it is that it fits such a large zoom range into...

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