Time Magazine Photojournalism

Time Magazine Best Photojournalism 2018

Time Magazine Best Photojournalism 2017

The Rise of 8K: Pros, Cons, and Why You Should Adopt it ASAP

The Rise of 8K: Pros, Cons, and Why You Should Adopt it ASAP

8K – The Future of Video Resolution

This 4K Macro Timelapse of M&Ms Dissolving is Mesmerizing

This 4K Macro Timelapse of M&Ms Dissolving is Mesmerizing

Film Student Let Thief Steal His Phone, Tracked Him to Create This Short Film

Film Student Let Thief Steal His Phone, Tracked Him to Create This Short Film

Video: A Simple Visual Explanation of Shutter Speed, Aperture, and ISO

Video: A Simple Visual Explanation of Shutter Speed, Aperture, and ISO

Canon Flash Classroom

Canon Flash Classroom

The History of Photography in 5 Minutes

The History of Photography in 5 Minutes

Fun Tips!

More Fun Tips!

Missy Elliott’s Return Is Everything We Crave

Missy Elliott’s Return Is Everything We Crave 

The Art of Missy Elliot

6 Photographers Asked to Shoot Portraits of 1 Man… With a Twist

“Canon recently conducted an interesting experiment on the power of perspective in portrait photography. They enlisted the help of 6 photographers and asked them each to independently shoot portraits of a man named Michael. But there was a twist: each photographer was told a different thing about Michael’s background.

The photographers were told that Michael was: a self-made millionaire, someone who has saved a life, an ex-inmate, a commercial fisherman, a self-proclaimed psychic, and a recovering alcoholic. Michael, an actor, did his best to take on the personality of each character.”