- Daniel Linnet's tips on White Balance and Speedlite Gels
Two Speedlites placed right and left to the camera to fill in the shadows at the front and side of the car (not facing the sun). Both flashes are gelled warm to match the colour of the afternoon sun.
You will notice that your new 600EX Speedlite came with a pack of two warming gels and a holder that fits over the front of the flash.
Single off-camera Speedlite gelled warm to mimic the colour of sunset.
Daniel Linnet is a Sydney based commercial, fine art photographer and educator, specialising in portrait, automotive and the environmental photography. A master of photography with the Australian Institute of Professional Photography, Daniel also founded and runs Sydney Photographic Workshops.
Skyrocket your astrophotography skills with tips from award-winning astrophotographer, Phil Hart.
Scrapbooking doesn't have to be scary. Chloe Watts from @blueberrycobaby walks us through the supplies you need to get started, her favourite scrapbooking ideas and formats as well as some top tips and tricks.
Learn about the different types of EF, EF-S, EF-M and RF lenses and find out which will work best for you and your camera.
Find the best Canon camera system for your shooting style with this detailed review video from Canon Collective ambassador Jenn Cooper.
On Thursday 21 March, we’ll get to enjoy the brightest, closest ‘supermoon’ since 1948. And it won’t be back until 2034, so grab your cameras and let’s get shooting!
Discover these commonly underutilised advanced camera features and start shooting professional quality photos.
Give your photography skills a boost with these practical tips from the Canon community.
Fashion photographer Emily Abay and her crew head to Sunstudios in Sydney to put the new Canon EOS R Mirrorless System through its paces.
Ever wondered how to take the perfect landscape shot? Have a look at these insightful tips from Emma, one of our Canon Collective Ambassadors.
Thinking of Stepping up to a Full Frame camera? Learn more about the Advantages of Canon Full Frame bodies with this article from Matt Vandeputte.