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Insights, kit and the conversations that matter, with the world’s leading photographers and filmmakers in Shutter Stories.

Shutter Stories: A Canon Podcast on Photography, Filmmaking and Print Canon Europe

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Insights, kit and the conversations that matter, with the world’s leading photographers and filmmakers in Shutter Stories.

    Introducing the Canon EOS R5 C

    Introducing the Canon EOS R5 C

    The new Canon EOS R5 C is a true hybrid camera, one that offers the ability to record both high quality video footage and capture superior stills. It's also the smallest Cinema EOS camera to date. In today's episode we'll be discussing the EOS R5 C with drone pilot and  acclaimed videographer Kevin Clerc, who has been busy putting it through its paces.

    Joining him and host Lucy Hedges is Canon Product Specialist Aron Randhawa, who will give us the  complete lowdown on the new camera and what it can do.

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    • 38 min
    Imaging Trends to watch out for in 2022

    Imaging Trends to watch out for in 2022

    What does the current imaging landscape look like and how are pro photographers using new technologies? And what is the shape of things to come? In this Shutter Stories episode, Ilvy Njiokiktjien discusses key trends from 2021 that look set to gather pace in 2022.

    Ilvy is joined by photographer and industry consultant, Damien Demolder, and photography journalist and editor of Digital Photographer magazine, Lauren Scott.
    2022 trend topics we'll be covering are: authenticity in image-making, hybrid shooting, the rapid growth and prevalence of livestreaming and remote workflows, Artificial Intelligence, and last - but not least- the benefits of immersive technology.

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    • 56 min
    Photography and the planet: Sparking positive change

    Photography and the planet: Sparking positive change

    How can photography and visual storytelling help inspire real change and a more sustainable future? In today's episode Ilvy Njiokiktjien will be discussing this theme with Kathy Moran, National Geographic’s Deputy Director of Photography, and Canon Ambassador Muhammed Muheisen, himself a National Geographic photographer and the founder of the Everyday Refugees Foundation.
    They cover topics such as how photography can be used to communicate the urgent need for change in the way that humans interact with nature and Canon's Moments That Matter competition, which is designed to illuminate themes of sustainability and meaningful change.

    Click here to find more information about the Moments That Matter Competition: https://www.canon-europe.com/events/expo-2020-dubai/moments-that-matter-photo-competition/


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    • 35 min
    Venturing into VR: a 180º view into Canon’s newest lens

    Venturing into VR: a 180º view into Canon’s newest lens

    In today's episode Ilvy Njiokiktjien learns more about the brand new Canon RF 5.2mm f/2.8L Dual Fisheye lens - a must have new bit of kit for all virtual reality directors.
    Here to discuss the new lens and how it works with the EOS R5 camera are Canon product specialists John Maurice and Mark Fensome.

    Ilvy is also joined by filmmaker Rowan Johnson, managing director of Southpoint Films, who has had hands on experience using the new lens, as well as filmmaker and virtual reality specialist Mary Matheson, who used the lens to shoot a fantastic VR experience involving a Muay Thai martial arts champion.

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    • 1 hr 12 min
    10 Years of Cinema EOS with Jimmy Chin and Meena Singh

    10 Years of Cinema EOS with Jimmy Chin and Meena Singh

    To celebrate a decade of Cinema EOS, in this episode of Shutter Stories we speak to two acclaimed filmmakers on their experiences of the Canon range.

     First we hear from Jimmy Chin, who lets us in on his Canon Cinema EOS journey, including why he used an EOS C300 Mark II to shoot his award-winning documentary, Free Solo, and his experience of making his latest film, The Rescue. Our second guest is the highly respected cinematographer, Meena Singh, who worked on the hit Netflix series, The Confession Tapes, and tells us why Cinema EOS cameras and lenses have long been among her go-to kit.

    In the final part of the episode, Canon product manager Aron Randhawa talks us through the key technological developments and impressive range of high-performance cinema cameras that are available today.

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    • 1 hr 29 min
    The ethics of portrait photography, with Laura Bisgaard Krogh

    The ethics of portrait photography, with Laura Bisgaard Krogh

    Despite only being in her late twenties, award-winning photographer and Canon Ambassador Laura Bisgaard Krogh has had a hugely varied career, starting in news photography before specialising in portraiture.

    Her best known work has often involved working with at-risk youths, and in today's episode of Shutter Stories, Laura discusses how she balances artistic and ethical considerations to create beautiful and striking images while also keeping her subjects safe.

    Looking back over her career to date, Laura also discusses various long-term projects and the kit that has helped and continues to help her grow into such an exciting and highly-acclaimed photographer.

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    • 56 min

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