Canon Europe with Richard Walch On the EOS M5 & EF-M 32MM F/1.4 STM Lens, Shows “Lofoten and its People with Just One Lens” from a journey and process of harvesting seaweed and its culinary dishes with the story of Lofoten, On the EOS M5.
From Canon Europe:
“Richard Walch photographs the story of Lofoten, Norway, and its people with simply one camera and one lens – the Canon EOS M5 and the EF-M 32mm f/1.4 lens.”
“As Richard shares his helpful tips on how to work with different focus points using the EF-M 32mm f/1.4 lens and how it can make an image pop, this video also takes you on a journey of experiencing the process of catching seaweed, how it is turned into delicious dishes in the kitchen, and from the eye of the photographer how you would photograph it before indulging in the deliciousness of it. Documenting the Norwegian seaweed catchers, the landscapes of Lofoten, as well as the final meal – Richard shows the versatility of the lens, whilst leaving you hungry for your next seaweed dish, the hidden destinations of Norway and the power of prime lenses.”