PhotoPlus : The Canon Magazine

PhotoPlus : The Canon Magazine December 2019

Introducing the all-new PhotoPlus: The Canon Magazine, the biggest and best Canon DSLR photography magazine. We're now bigger and better than ever, with 148 pages packed with more Canon EOS DSLR techniques, test and tips than ever. You'll find new Canon pro photographer interviews, more in-depth Canon DSLR and kit tests, a comprehensive Canon DSLR and lens buyers' guide, Canon School technical advice, photo stories and more

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GREAT BRITISH BAKE OFF! Our Apprentice finds out how to take tasty food photos with top Canon pro, Jean Philippe Baudey. Page 8 Editor I still vividly remember the time I took my first proper long-exposure landscape using a neutral density filter attached to my wide-angle Canon lens. The joy of extending my shutter speed beyond the standard limits to capture artistic motion blur in the passing clouds in the sky, and the river snaking through that Lake District scene, is something that’s stuck with me. It was only a 3-stop ND filter, but that was all we needed in the decreasing light at the end of the day to slow down my shutter speed for a more creative shot. In this issue we’re going in-depth into all types of filters to help you…

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• We’re the only photo magazine in the newsagent that’s 100% DEDICATED TO CANON EOS DSLR OWNERS so we’re 100% relevant to your needs. • WE’RE 100% INDEPENDENT which means we’re free to publish what we feel is best for EVERY CANON DSLR PHOTOGRAPHER from beginners to enthusiasts to professionals. • We’re CANON ENTHUSIASTS and, with our contributors, we can offer years of EXPERT PHOTOGRAPHY EXPERIENCE. We’re always excited to pass on what we’ve learned. • We’re more than just a print mag; YOU CAN BUY PHOTOPLUS FOR ANY DIGITAL DEVICE WORLDWIDE via Apple iTunes, Google Play, Zinio, Magzter, Amazon Kindle, B&N Nook, PocketMags or PressReader. • Our Video Disc has THE VERY BEST DSLR TECHNIQUE & PHOTOSHOP VIDEO GUIDES, which can also be viewed via our digital editions. • We’re proud to use THE…

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Peter Travers Editor • 5D Mark IV peter.travers@futurenet.com “Learning how to get the best from filters on your lenses is a great way to take your landscape photos to the next level, learn more in our big guide.” PAGE 30 Dan Mold Technique editor • 7D Mk II dan.mold@futurenet.com “Food photography is on the rise, so I paired our Apprentice with Canon pro, JP Baudey, to show her how to take shots that’ll make your mouth water!” PAGE 08 Ben Andrews Lab manager • 5D Mark III ben.andrews@futurenet.com “We’ve got myriad of Canon RF lenses to test in the lab this issue and exciting Canon news including the new EOS-1D X Mark III in development!” PAGE 89 James Paterson Technique writer • 5D Mark IV james.paterson@futurenet.com “Sunsets can be frantic for photographers, but I decided to take them at a glacial…

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this issue’s contributors…

Jean Philippe ‘JP’ Baudey Food photographer JP gets this month’s Apprentice’s mouth watering with his food photo tips. PAGE 08 Nick Walker Nick photographically documents his family trip as they fly all the way to Sri Lanka for a picturesque holiday. PAGE 72 David Noton David heads down under to shoot the vibrantly pink Hutt Lagoon and its gorgeous hues in Australia. PAGE 42 Marcus Hawkins This issue Marcus, our favourite Canon nerd, goes in-depth into correcting your lenses for better images PAGE 80 Ulla Lohmann Fierce volcanos and lava are what excite Ulla on a shoot. We talk about fiery peaks and how this passion began. PAGE 64 Brian Worley Is there anything about Canon gear that Brian doesn’t know? Find out in the latest batch of techy Q&As. PAGE 84 Our contributors Ben Andrews, Jean Philippe Baudey, Marcus Hawkins, Gareth…

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great british bake off

CANON PRO NAME: JEAN PHILIPPE ‘JP’ BAUDEY CAMERA: CANON EOS 5DS R WITH more than three decades in the food industry and 20 years as a head chef at some of the UK’s top restaurants, JP has a love for food few can match. 10 years ago he suffered from a heart attack, after which he retired from cooking. He jokingly says it’s the best thing that could have happened, as it was then he chose to turn his passion for fine dining into a new vocation as a food photographer. www.fayditphotography.com APPRENTICE NAME: SUE GREEN CAMERA: CANON EOS 5D Mk IV SUE is a TV producer from Ascot with a passion for food and works on cookery TV shows and events. She recently did a Food Styling course at Leiths School of Food and Wine to learn how to make a…

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01 GYMNAST BY NOYA GINDES Noya’s incredible image comes top of this month’s Golden Hours competition. We loved her use of creative backlighting, warm golden tones that flood the frame and central composition with the pose of the gymnast in the middle of the frame instantly pulling the eye in to the centre of the shot. She tells us: “The gymnast, Tamar, is just 15 years old and I asked her to stand on a block of salt to get this shot as the sun set over the Dead Sea”. Lens Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II USM Exposure 1/640 sec, f/5.6, ISO200 02 ELEPHANT GAMES BY GIDEON MALHERBE Gideon tells us: “I took this photograph of two young elephant bulls testing their strength against each other at the Okaukuejo waterhole (Etosha National Park).” His…