For years Ulla had obsessed over climbing and capturing the legendary Totem Pole stack. Here’s what happened when she gave it a shot.
In this first instalment of our co-project on the difficulties faced by women looking to forge a career in photography, we shine a light on the genre-spanning genius of Naila Reuchel.
The Canon Explorer had always wanted to scale this most difficult of coastal climbs. She took her EOS 5D Mark IV along to capture a stunning 4K video and pictures of her nerve-shredding attempt.
Top portrait photographer Lorenzo Agius explains how the EOS 5D Mark IV’s dynamic range can be the difference between a successful shoot and the type of failure that could cost you business.
Photojournalist Paolo Pellegrin talks about using the EOS 5D Mark IV to capture an intimate portrait of a gypsy family in Rome, and how well the camera coped with low light during the shoot.
Commercial photographer and Canon Explorer Christian Anderl details how the EOS 5D Mark IV’s intuitive controls have revolutionised his workflow, whether he’s shooting photos or video.
Canon Explorer Eddie Keogh explains how being able to crop a shot on the EOS-1D X Mark II and then send it straight from the camera to a client will keep you in their good books.
Taking place in Amsterdam, in September and featuring over 1,700 exhibitors, this is one of the world’s biggest media, entertainment and technology shows. Read this article to get the lowdown on it.
This festival of photojournalism takes place in Perpignan, France, in September, and is a must-attend event for anyone with an interest in the industry. Find out more here.
Make the production of outstanding video content simple and effective by adding Canon Log to your EOS 5D Mark IV, thanks to a new service upgrade.
From candid interviews with this year’s winners to a guide to when their shots are being exhibited at a gallery near you. Here, you’ll find a multitude of stories about this year’s contest.