EOS magazine July-September 2014 back issue
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Canon news and cashback - Details of Canon's summer cashback.
25 years of the EOS-1 series - A review of the pro camera from 1987.
Firmware and software updates - Check to see if there is an update for your camera or software, and the benefits and fixes offered.
In the name of art - Art Wolfe talk about great composition.
Three new EOS lenses - Full details of Canon's latest EF, EF-S and EF-M lenses.
Lens Basics - We discuss the relationship between focal length and perspective, aperture and depth-of-field.
The big picture - Create a panorama without using a special camera, lens or printer.
Face detection - What does Canon's face detection technology do, how does it work - and just how good is it?
Studio flash - The pros and cons of using Canon Speedlites in a studio.
Macro methods - There is a way to get started in macro photography to suit every budget and kit bag.
Clear view - The are plenty of eyepiece accessories to improve the handling and use of your EOS.
How was it shot? - Beautiful photographs using basic equipment.
Movie exposure - Fully automatic exposure is a good default setting for shooting movies, but manual is also an option.
Violets are blue? - Workflow solutions to help you get the colours in your images spot on.
Plus regular features including...
Q&A - We answer your photographic questions.
Forum - A review of EOS magazine forum threads.
Freelance diary - Miles Wilis relishes the challenge of a personal project to push himself creatively.
Reader survey - The analysis of our reader survey reveals the equipment you use and the opinions you hold.