Canon EOS photographers have had a series of tilt-shift lenses to choose from since the launch of the TS-E lenses in 1991. For years, Canon offered TS-E lens choices at 24mm, 45mm, and 90mm. Today, the range is even greater, and entirely populated by L-series lenses.
Join Explorer of Light, Vincent Laforet as he takes us on location in New York City to show practical examples of using a tilt-shift lens. He shows us how a tilt-shift lens can correct, enhance and dramatically change a composition.
Canon Live Learning and the imaging experts at stillmotion joined forces to deliver this series of EOS HD production tutorials, developed during Canon Live Learning workshops such as 2010's Canon Cinema Caravan and 2011's Deconstructing the Story: Light, Sound, Motion, and EOS HD
Are great images a product of the photographer, or their camera equipment? This series (formerly known as "Lens of the Month") explores the idea that it's BOTH: Featuring a professional photographer and a single Canon lens, the Canon Digital Learning Center focuses on the relationship that artists can have with their gear.