During my July 2016 Iceland workshop, I used creative visualization to get the best possible images. Helping me achieve that goal was my Canon EOS 5D Mark IV camera – with fast auto focusing, accurate metering and easy handling – along with a selection of Canon lenses.
Of course, because I visualize making large prints (with fine detail and low noise), image quality is of the utmost importance. That’s where the camera’s image sensor comes in – capturing the finest details in my bright-light and low-light landscape and seascape photographs.
When I go back to Iceland, finding the locations of my "keepers" will be easy, because the camera can record GPS info for each file. On that next trip, I’ll only need to visualize a different, and perhaps even more creative, end result...and not where in Iceland I made my images.
Canon Explorer of Light - Rick Sammon
Rick Sammon discusses his career and passion for photography in our series of videos introducing our Canon Explorers of Light.
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