Storytelling with Canon Lenses on the Bottom of the World

From the Canon Digital Learning Center:

by Rick Sammon
Photographers are storytellers: we inform a narrative inside the body of a nonetheless picture.
What we embrace within the body is determined by our temper and feeling, in addition to the temper or feeling we need to convey. The method we use to inform that story typically is dependent upon a number of elements, together with making a shade or black-and-white picture (a black-and-white picture maybe appears extra artistic as a result of a few of the actuality of the scene has been eliminated), utilizing a quick or sluggish shutter velocity to freeze or blur the motion, selecting a large or small aperture to attenuate or maximize what’s in focus in entrance of and behind the main target level – and maybe most essential: the lens we select.
In this text I’d wish to share my story a few current journey to the underside of the world, which included stops within the Falkland Islands, South Georgia and Antarctica. To illustrate my story I’ll share with you the Canon zoom lenses I used and my digital camera settings on my Canon EOS 5D Mark IV and EOS 5DS. My aim is to provide you some concepts on how one can inform your story when touring.

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