- Is the EOS 6D Mark II the Perfect Travel Camera?
“It'll be really beneficial for when I want to shoot from above, but also when I want to get down quite low. I'll still be able to see what my perspective is.”
“One of the features that I think will come in handy is this new screen.”
Save space for other important travel gear when shooting with the EOS 6D Mark II. More room for an extra lens!
“One of the first things I noticed is how lightweight the body is, which is really important for a travel photographer.”
“I’m often in remote locations and shooting in Live-view mode, so having the extra battery life is really important.”
Check out how the EOS 6D Mark II compares with the original EOS 6D.
"Travelling solo, it’s actually something I do quite a bit. In the past I’ve had to use the ten-second timer.”
Bioluminescence is one of the most beautiful displays light from the natural world that you can witness.The iridescent blue light emitted from the algae when it is disturbed is mesmerising and almost otherworldly. Find out how to photograph this phenomena with tips from Canon Community Member, David Rogers.
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Originally from Hong Kong, Elaine Li is an experienced travel photographer and Instagram sensation based in sunny Sydney. She is immensely passionate about travel and exposing herself to new cultures around the world – always with her camera in hand. Here Elaine shares her favourite photography locations in Helsinki and Lapland. From snow-white fields to ethereal pine forests, Finland sure has a lot to offer.
We sat down with Amber Jones from @amberandfriends_photography to talk about her passion for the ocean, sharks and how sharing this world through her imagery has helped spread the word on shark conservation and research.
Liz Carlson from Young Adventuress shares her advice for doing winter photography right.
Angela and Jonathan Scott, reveal the top three 1D X Mark II features which impressed them. Read more here.