If you want to see a holiday destination in a new light, then set your alarm clock, says travel content creator Diana Millos. "Sunrise is my favourite time to explore and take photos," she explains. "There's usually nobody around and the light is really soft. It's just more magical at that time of day."
Diana has captured sunrise around the globe with her Canon EOS 80D (now succeeded by the Canon EOS 90D) and Canon EOS 7D Mark II. Her images have attracted more than 135K followers on Instagram, and she has visited a diverse range of locations – from long-haul destinations such as India, Mexico and Vietnam, to European city breaks in Romania, Georgia and Italy.
On a recent city break in her native Spain, however, Diana was joined by a new travel companion: the Canon EOS R10. The EOS R10 is one of two mirrorless cameras in the EOS R System, alongside the EOS R7, to feature an APS-C sensor, breaking new ground for Canon. The EOS R10's impressive 24.2MP resolution, compact design – weighing just 429g – and creative photography and video features, make it ideal for explorers looking to tell their stories in unique and innovative ways.
Diana took the EOS R10 to capture scenes from Seville on a 48-hour trip to the Andalusian capital. Architectural photography is one of her specialities, and she visited some of the city's iconic landmarks, including the Plaza de España, the Giralda (the bell tower of Seville Cathedral) and the Metropol Parasol – one of the world's largest wooden structures.