[26th Jan. – 8th Feb. 2014] SNAPSHOT Weekly Ranking

Nobody knows everything about photography. At SNAPSHOT, we bring you closer to your fellow photographers. Find out what interests them and keep track with the current trends in the world of Canon! From professional camera and lenses reviews to tips on camera functions and photography, we focus you to TEN hot articles every week! Check out the latest ten articles, ranked from 26th January to 8th February 2014 now!

Top 10 Ranking

After our 2 weeks Lunar New Year break….WE ARE BACK!! For the past two weeks, an astonishing joust had commenced, ending with 7 new articles knocking their way into the ranking. The resulting champion from this competition is "Exploring the HDR Mode of EOS 5D Mark III", with runner-up, "Remarkable EF-S55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS STM Telephoto Zoom Lens with Stepping Motor", hot on its tail. Find out why the STM equipped telephoto lens is so popular and check out why individualized handheld HDR photography reigns above!

What's New

If you are someone who is constantly on the lookout for the latest news in photography, you have come to the right place. At SNAPSHOT, we bring you the latest articles related to photography that you will want to know. Be sure to check out our What's New page every week as we hunt down articles from the widest range of topics you can ever imagine.

Selfie - all of us know what that is. But do you know how to make your eyes appear BIGGER and BRIGHTER? All you need to do is to follow the simple 20° + 45° Law. Put aside your DSLR and start exploring the angles with a digital camera.

Apart from its easy-to-understand menu and "touch shutter" feature, what differentiates EOS M from the usual cameras? Its large format APS-C size sensor! Found in DSLR models like EOS 700D, this large sensor is able to produce soft Bokeh effects, offering you pleasant surprises with every shot. Enough said! Read more here.

Cultivate your love in taking night shots with this effective guide. With a bright prime lens, you can negate camera shakes to produce blur-free, crystal clear pictures in dark places. Check out the surrounding lights and play with the shadows to get a natural shot.

DSLRs are great cameras, but what distinguishes them from the compact ones? We've listed a few. With up to 28 times image sensor size and over 70 exchangeable lenses available (especially for the EOS models!), DSLR captures fleeting moments of all conditions in high quality. And that's only the beginning. Read on to find out more.

What happens when EOS 100D meets a high-end DSLR user? Find out why professional photographer, Yurika Kadoi, feels that its silent shooting mode and easy-to-operate touchscreen menu make it an excellent choice for snap photography. It's a waste to limit it as an entry-level DSLR!


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