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[May 2014] SNAPSHOT Monthly Ranking

Time flies - we're already halfway through 2014! We hope that you have enjoyed reading SNAPSHOT so far. This week, let's take a look at the top 10 articles for the month of May! At a glance, the EOS M related posts seem to be doing really well with 4 articles in the top 10 ranking. Another popular topic is on Canon's production of its 100-millionth EF lenses. Find out what other articles made it to the top 10 here!

Top 10 Ranking

What's New

For photographers, techniques, lenses and cameras are important tools that accompany us in our never-ending quest for that ultimate shot. At SNAPSHOT, we provide you the finest, interesting reads through our weekly What's New articles to help you in your quest to better your skills and knowledge. Join us as we bring you the latest happenings in the world of photography!

In photography, it is totally possible to have more than one subject. Just by keeping an eye for regularity between objects, you can capture meaningful pictures of patterns! You can also try taking an S-curve composition to bring out the depth through contrasting between different subjects! Find out more here.

To Teo Chai Guan, nurturing his hobby into a career is a dream came true. Now, as a commercial photographer specializing in conceptual work, he shares with us the challenges he faced, amongst his other experiences in this line. Find out more from his interview here.

There are no limits to taking pictures as far as shooting angles are concerned. The Live View function in the EOS 70D offers you the freedom to snap shots from all angles possible! Find out more about the EOS 70D here.

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