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Canon Thailand: “Tips & Techniques” On the EOS 5D Mark IV & EOS 77D

Canon Thailand On the EOS 5D Mark IV & EOS 77D, Shows “Slow Motion Photography”, “Macro Photography”, “Water Reflection”, “Zoom Technique”, “Low Speed ​​Photography”, “HDR Shooting”, “Time Lapse” and “Bokeh Shooting Technique” from how to capture Still Photography and Video.

From Canon Thailand:

Canon Thailand with Joe (Nikitr Vongsawat) On the EOS 5D Mark IV “Slow Motion Photography”:

“Let’s take a look at how to set up a minute on the EOS 5D Mark IV camera. Joe (Nikitsit Wongsawat) takes pictures during the trip to the village of Papa. Makes both video footage slow. And frame-by-frame action-based still image files.”

Canon Thailand with Joe (Nikitr Vongsawat) On the EOS 5D Mark IV “Macro Photography Techniques”:

“Join us to change the perspective of photography with Joe (Nikitr Vongsawat) who took the Canon EF 100mm f / 2.8 Macro USM lens to take photographs of the former village headman through the EOS 5D Mark IV.”

Canon Thailand with Joe (Nikitr Vongsawat) On the EOS 5D Mark IV “Water Reflection Technique”:

“Water reflection must be clear water must be clear. Let’s see how Joe will solve the problem?”

Canon Thailand with (Nopawan Lee Charoenpong) On the EOS 5D Mark IV “Zoom Technique”:

“Pro technicians like zoom explosion is this difficult?, a new perspective on the image.”

Canon Thailand with (Nopawan Lee Charoencharoen) On the EOS 5D Mark IV “Low Speed ​​Photography Technique”:

“Want to draw light lines with low speed photography techniques?”

Canon Thailand with (Phipakai Smileyuk) On the EOS 77D “HDR Shooting”:

“If there are situations where there is a difference of light and shadow, (Phipakai Smileyuk) has the answer to the method of shooting HDR to capture all details.”

Canon Thailand with Khun Yin (Pikachai Smilecharoen) On the EOS 77D “Time Lapse Techniques”:

“Let’s take a look at how to set up a basic camera from Khun Yin (Pikachai Smilecharoen) to take pictures of sunrise, sunset or clouds running through the sky in a time-lapse with the EOS 77D.”

Canon Thailand with (Noppawan Lee Charoencharoen) On the EOS 77D “Bokeh Shooting Technique”:

“Let’s take a look at the technical tip of the bird (Noppawan Lee Charoencharoen) using a EF 85mm f / 1.8 USM lens with a EOS 77D camera to convey the joy of bokeh.”

VIA: Canon Thailand