Rear button or two button focusing is a technique to maximize control over the AF system. These are settings for using and configuring it on Canon cameras.
Noise has an impact on most aspects of digital photography, this article looks at the affect noise on the effective resolution of Canon’s EOS 5D mark III.
A new camera is always exciting to get your hands on, at least it is for me. While I will definitely run out side and start shooting some random stuff — because, well, new shiny — before I put the camera into any kind of serious use, I run though an acclimation and calibration process […]
Explore the history and evolution of focusing form view cameras, to range finders, to SLRs, and back in principal to the beginnings with mirrorless cameras.
Reflex lenses, or more properly catadioptric lenses, have long posed photographers with the possibility of a long telephoto lens at a fraction of the cost of the standard refractive lenses. A 500mm f/8 reflex lens for $200 or less compared to the $10,000 for a 500mm f/4 refractive lens. They’re simpler, manual focus, no iris, […]
I don’t think it’s a stretch to say that one of the more attractive features that make the full frame VDSLRs attractive is that the large sensor can render shallow depth of field. When compared to a Super 35 frame, you’re looking at almost a stop narrower depth of field for the same aperture. For […]
Ensure you’re not getting ripped off on a new used lens purchase by insuring your inspection is thorough and covers the most important areas.
The complete guide to Canon’s AF point registration and Orientation Linked AF points for the 6D, 7D, 5D Mk. 3, and all EOS-1D and 1Ds bodies.
Most Canon SLRs support Auto Exposure Bracketing (AEB), this overview covers the main options for configuring and adjusting auto exposure bracketing.
Capturing autofocus adjustment images is a tedious process. This AutoHotKey script for Canon EOS Utility users can automate that process.