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Canon L-Series lenses are renowned for astounding quality, breakthrough technology and high performance design. But don't take our word for it.
Over 3 out of 4* professional photographers who shot professional football’s big game were using Canon cameras and lenses.
60%** of the winners of the World Press Photo of the Year Competition used Canon equipment. The next leading brand was used by 18%.
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Canon offers a wide range of EF lenses and lens accessories. In this 9 part video series you'll learn all about lens basics, STM lenses, Macro lenses, Fisheye lenses, Tilt-Shift lenses, Wide Angle and Telephoto lenses. Your host for this informative series is professional photographer and educator Matt Kloskowski.
A wide-angle lens lets you capture a broader field of view than most lenses and brings in everything around you. Photographer and educator Matt Kloskowski takes you through the best uses of wide-angle lenses and gives some tips on getting great photos with them.
With its 180º field of view, fisheye lenses give a unique view of the world. Photographer and educator Matt Kloskowski shows some examples of the amazing images you can capture with Canon lenses like the 8-15mm lens.
In this video you'll learn all about aperture, f-stop, focal length and a lot more. Your host, photographer and educator Matt Kloskowski takes you through the various lens categories and also explains some of the Canon nomenclature.
Macro photography is all about photographing objects that are really close to the lens. Macro lenses not only let you close-in on a subject, but also allow you to zoom in on a subject that you cannot get close to. Photographer and educator Matt Kloskowski gives some tips on the best way to capture images that are up to 5 times normal size with Canon's MPE-65mm.
Telephoto lenses let you get close in on a subject. Photographer and educator Matt Kloskowski shows you how to get the most out of your Canon telephoto Lenses.
Tilt-shift lenses are most popular for architectural photography because it helps to correct the leaning effect we see in photos of tall objects like buildings and walls. Photographer and educator Matt Kloskowski gives some tips on architectural and landscape use of Canon tilt-shift lenses.