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Explore Canon’s storytelling journey.
We’ve been helping people tell stories for over 80 years. Few have seen more than Mike Burnhill, a Product Specialist with 11 years experience. We met Mike to discuss Canon’s past, present and future.More Info
Explore your next chapter in print by unlocking your creative potential.
From personalised postcards and office essentials to preserving and sharing memories, there’s a craft to suit everyone. Discover how crafting with the right printer could help you save time and money.More Info
Meet Ana Pratas, the photographer who captures honest stories of family life.
Ana Pratas is a family photographer who uses documentary style techniques to capture truly authentic moments. Read our interview to find out how she preserves these precious family moments.More Info
Meet the street photographer Erik Witsoe who’s capturing the everyday, every day.
Erik Witsoe is a street photographer capturing fleeting stories in his new home of Poland. Read our interview with Erik to find out how he captures new stories on the same streets every day.More Info
Canon Ambassador and sport photographer Samo Vidic teaches us how to capture action-packed stories.
When we challenged parkour group Storror to run, jump and roll between continents for the first time, Samo Vidic followed every step of the way to document their adventure. Discover how to capture your own urban action stories with Vidic’s tips.More Info
Meet the food photographer Mike Tsang who’s capturing mouth-watering motion.
Capturing motion has always been a passion for Mike Tsang, a London-based gourmet food photographer. Read our interview with Mike to discover how he freezes movement to seize fleeting moments.More Info
Meet ‘geometry seekers’, Daniel Rueda and Anna Devís
Join us as we chat with architectural photographers, Anna Devís and Daniel Rueda. Discover what’s behind their imaginative and abstract way of storytelling and how their love of buildings and travel has turned them into Instagram stars.More Info
Empowering women through photography
Lensational teaches women across the world how to use photography to document their lives, turning storytelling into a creative income. We caught up with founder Bonnie Chiu, to find out about the work her charity is doing.More Info
Making a macro world magnificent using inspired photography to play with scale
Discover how photographer and model maker Simon Carter creates a miniature world of motorsport that looks exactly like the real thing. It’s a story of scale, perspective and patience.More Info
We’ll always have the knowledge that we experienced a little part of the world like nobody else.
Join us as we chat to travel photographers Andrew and Emily from Along Dusty Roads. We uncover their travel photography tips, the adventures they have and what’s next on the horizon for the wunderlusting duo.More Info
Capturing the now for later
Some of the best stories are made at home. We spoke to family photographer and storyteller, Caroline Holt, about how she captures the beauty of families in the places they call home.More Info
Capturing the highlights in low light
Autumn is here and the days are officially shorter, so we talk to natural light photographer Catherine Lacey Dodd about shooting in low light and how portrait photography is more than just photos of people’s faces.More Info
Capturing live music with Drew Ressler, AKA Rukes
We sat down with electronic dance music and festival photographer, Drew Ressler, AKA Rukes, about how he became the festival scenes most prolific photographer, his favourite shows and how to take a good photo under strobe lights.More Info
Photographer Jeff Vanderpool shows us an alternative Athens.
We chatted to Jeff Vanderpool about how his is project, “Sea of City”, has changed his relationship with Athens forever.More Info
Photojournalist Jeroen Swolfs
We chatted to photojournalist and serial traveller Jeroen Swolfs about his seven-year journey to photograph every country in the world.More Info
Street photographer Emmanuel Cole
“You need to warm up. Just like an athlete. You can’t just go out and take the best shot of the day!” Emmanuel Cole on shooting cold, London’s most eccentric characters and dystopian Hong Kong.More Info
Action photography with Andrey Golovanov & Sergey Kivrin
Canon Explorers, Andrey Golovanov & Sergey Kivrin talk about their love of action sports photography and the advantages of working as a team.More Info
Portrait photography with Jörg Kyas
Jörg Kyas on portraiture, relaxation and moving with the times.More Info
Art in Action with Lorenz Holder
Lorenz Holder shares his ideas and inspiration on creating art and action.More Info
Shooting long exposure with Stephen McNally
Hairdresser and Canon enthusiast, Stephen McNally, only took up photography 8 years ago. Now, with his own long exposure black and white photography exhibition, it has all happened so quickly for someone who has mastered the art of taking it slowly.More Info
Using winter light cleverly with Sébastien Devaud
A film director and producer for over 16 years, Sébastien Devaud is, above all, passionate about images.More Info
Capturing 'smiling souls' by Nelson Lourenço
Discover how Nelson captures moods through silence and smiling souls.More Info
Shooting Colour with Quentin Caffier
Canon Explorer, Quentin Caffier is based in Paris, where he works with a group of professional artists under the name ‘Five Monkeys Studio’.More Info
Capturing fast action
Born and raised in Bled, Slovenia, sports photographer Samo Vidic started as an amateur photographer at the age of 17.More Info
Harnessing autumn light
The shift towards the colours of autumn means that now is a great time to take a walk with your camera.More Info
Using available light with Clive Booth
Clive Booth is a fashion, beauty and portrait photographer, and a filmmaker. He is known for his distinctive style of selective focus in natural, available, continuous and found light, which gives his work an atmospheric, intimate and ethereal quality.More Info
Your photos, our favourites
Take a look at our favourites of your Gallery entries, based around this month’s theme of My City. Each photo gives us a glimpse of a unique scene or emotion, bringing alive an unforgettable experience.More Info
Including people in compositions to add a new dynamic
Norwegian photographer Johnny Haglund has always had a passion for wild, isolated, mystic places. After training as an engineer, he quickly realised that he ‘was not made to spend life working between four walls.More Info
Shooting for sharks by Franco Banfi
Canon Explorer and award-winning wildlife photographer Franco Banfi explains his love for underwater photography, and what it’s like trying to get the perfect shot when you’re surrounded by blue sharks.More Info
Macro is the perfect photographic activity for the autumn and winter months as it can be done indoors as well as out when the days are shorter and weather is less predictable.More Info
One of the keys to great wildlife photography is understanding animals' behaviour and using the right equipment for the situations you're shooting in and to achieve the results you want.More Info
Coming Next: Seeing the world without a viewfinder