Canon Picture Styles, available in almost all Canon cameras, are a cool way to shot a JPG the way you intend, without the hassle of post-production. Above you can watch a short introduction video. To use Picture Styles you need Canon Picture Style Editor and Canon EOS Remote Utility (here an easy to grasp tutorial for both). Both software come with your Canon camera or an be downloaded on Canon’s support pages.
Above: Photo 101: How To Take Great Pictures with Rudy Winston
Canon announced the start of Canon Online Learning Center, and put a first set of classes online. The videos last less than one minute and are teasers.
Child’s Play: Tips for Photographing Children with Jennifer Borget
Great Landscapes Made Easy with Jennifer Wu
Getting Started with Flash Photography with Syl Arena
Printing Basics & Beyond with Eddie Tapp and Angelica Li
iFixit, well known for their teardown and repair instructions for Apple gear (and other stuff too), posted a detailed how to to disassemble (see above or click here) the good old Canon PowerShot G16. And if you need it, they posted repair instructions too.
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Canon Powershot G16 at a glance:
- 12.1 Megapixel 1/1.7″ CMOS Sensor
- Canon 5x Optical Zoom Lens (28-140mm)
- Optical Zoom Viewfinder and 3.0″ LCD
- Full HD 1080/60p Video
- DIGIC 6 Image Processing Engine
- Enhanced Wi-Fi Capabilities
- Continuous Shooting at 9.3 fps
- Intelligent IS Image Stabilization
- ISO 12800 and Canon HS SYSTEM
Ifixit, a site well known for tearing apart all kind of devices, posted a very detailed guide about how to disassemble the Canon PowerShot G1 X Mark II. While I do not reccomend you dismantle your new PowerShot G1 X Mark II, this is a usfeul guide for those who want to know how the G1 X Mark II is build, and for those having the skills to do some difficilut repair.
You can watch the interactive guide above, or follow the teardown on Ifixit.