EOS magazine January-March 2015 back issue
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Black-and-white - We explore the monochrome - both the camera mode and in Canon's DPP software.
Two card trick - Some EOS cameras have slots for two media cards. What are the benefits?
Photomicrography - Attaching your EOS camera to a microscope gives you access to images invisible to the naked eye.
Evaluation mode - We take a look at evaluative metering and explain when you may need to use an alternative mode.
Night modes - Learn how to take better photographs at night using your camera's special night modes.
Off-camera flash - Using a Speedlite flash off-camera opens up a whole new way of creative lighting your images.
Filters protect - Is it better to have a filter to protect your lens or will it compromise the lens' optical performance?
How was it shot? - Using dust to depict movement.
Sensor mapping - Does it matter if some of the 20 million pixels on your camera's sensor are not working properly?
Freelance diary - Miles Wilis had a chance to capture the surreal industrial landscape of Grangemouth oil refinery.
Canon news and freebie - Details of Canon's new products.
Firmware and software updates - Check to see if there is an update for your camera or software, and the benefits and fixes offered.
Wildlife Photographer of the Year - The natural world's most astonishing images.
The Drawing Hope Project - Shawn Van Daele brings dreams to life.
New EOS camera and lenses - Full details of the EF 100-400mm f4.5-5.6L IS II USM lens.
Tried & tested - Camera accessories that we rate highly.
Me and my camera - We talk to an EOS subscriber about their photography.