In this practical and educational slide program we will learn which Canon lenses — from the 8-15 mm fisheye up to the 800 mm f/5.6 L IS — Artie uses to create his amazing images, how, why, and when he uses each of them, and what he is thinking as he depresses the shutter button. Most folks will be surprised to learn that a long lens with a teleconverter is often not the best tool for the job. In addition Artie will comment on exposure and image design.
Learn how to capture fast moving subjects using One Shot AF, AI Servo AF, Back Button AF, various multi-point AF, orientation linked AF and more.
Different factors are involved when achieving proper exposure in your photos. Learn how tools like Evaluative Metering, Highlight Alert and Histograms help you achieve this. For more videos from this tutorial series, check out the Canon Digital Learning Center.
Learn how features like Picture Style, White Balance, Back Button AF and other custom settings can help you capture beautiful photos of fast-moving wildlife. For more videos from this tutorial series, check out the Canon Digital Learning Center.
See how attaching a tele-extender to your lens can allow you to zoom in closer and how it affects your f-stop. For more videos from this tutorial series, check out the Canon Digital Learning Center.
Watch on YouTube 1080 HD for best quality viewing. Produced to accompany the Nature’s Best Photography “Best of the Best” Exhibition, this video brings you nature photography from the past 20 years including grand prize winners, youth winners, and the Windland Smith Rice International Awards winners for 2014 and 2015. It is shown on a Panasonic 65″ LED LCD flat panel display at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History in Washington, DC. Every year these annual photo exhibitions are viewed by millions of people in one of the world’s most highly-visited and respected museums, open daily and free to the public.
Go on a journey to the frozen north with wildlife photographer Vincent Munier. Spotlighting foxes, wolves, hares, owls, and even a polar bear, these photographs capture the beauty of the Arctic. Check out Munier’s book Arctique to see more of the images.
What does it take to capture the perfect shot in the wild ? For Belgian photographer Michel d’Oultremont, patience is key. Poised and ready, he often waits for days to see any action. When the animal finally emerges in his viewfinder, the intense rush of emotion in that micro-instant of life makes the process worth it.
From cameras and lenses to apparel and accessories, see what gear renowned wildlife photographer Arthur Morris brings with him on a typical trip and why. For more videos from this tutorial series, check out the Canon Digital Learning Center