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[9th Feb. – 15th 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 9th February to 15th February 2014 now!

Top 10 Ranking

It's another refreshing week and we have good news for you!! Snapshot is now available in Thai, Indonesian, Malay and Vietnamese! Check out the articles in these languages by selecting the language of your choice from the top right corner of the SNAPSHOT page. And now, for our weekly ranking from 9 February to 15 February 2014, it seems that majority of our new, popular series articles are concentrated at the midsection of the list! Check out the EOS M and its incredible functions at number 7, and at number 6, learn how to wow your friends with your selfies! You can also brandish your knowledge about DSLRs with our number 4 article, "The Charm of DSLR Cameras"!

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.

If you are looking for a new camera, why not consider EOS 70D? Our EOS World member, macVince, shares that one of the features that influenced his choice is the Hand-held Night scene auto shooting mode. Investing in a wide-angle or prime lens for extra shooting possibilities is another great option. Read more here.

Have you ever made use of the "Rule of Thirds composition" in a shot? Try positioning your subjects near or on the intersections of two imaginary horizontal and vertical lines to achieve a stable composition. In this series article, we introduce you two simple composition methods to employ in your shoots. Learn more here.

Here's a question: What is the "Depth-of-field Preview Button" in DSLR used for? As a photographer, we must know what each button in our camera does to utilize their functions. Check out this article to improve your understanding, and see why the "Depth-of-field Preview Button" is so important in landscape photography.

The Digital Photo Professional (DPP) is a high-function, free photo-editing software that comes bundled with every EOS Digital SLR camera. With its latest HDR Tool feature, HDR pictures can finally be combined manually. Try out the 5 presets and 6 sliders to individualize your HDR pictures now. Watch the video to find out more.

"The EOS system helps me shoot fast moving sports… particularly in the sense of auto-focus," says Mark Teo. As an extreme sports photographer, Mark loves the fact that he can freeze sharp images with ISO up to 6400. Watch the video to see how EOS helps "Mark" his shots.

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