Canon Canada
yesterday at 21:56. Facebook
We will follow where you lead!

Thank you to all our Canon photographers who used their leading line photos to take us to so many beautiful places. Here are some of our favourites from this week’s photo challenge.
Canon Canada
02/23/2017 at 21:11. Facebook
#ThrowbackThursday - In 1998 the world's first digital radiography system was introduced, using the Canon CXDI-11 flat panel detector. This system made it possible to see an on-screen preview image just seconds after exposure and enabled the sharing of image data over intra-hospital networks.

We know it's what's inside that counts!
Canon Canada
02/22/2017 at 22:05. Facebook
What inspires you to create? Photography? Food? Lego? All three?

Polish photographer Michal Kulesza combined his love of photography and the popular building blocks, using Lego in place of everyday items. The resulting images are sure to make you smile!

Photographer Turns LEGO Bricks Into Foods and Things
Canon Canada
02/21/2017 at 20:14. Facebook
Canon Canada
02/20/2017 at 20:00. Facebook
Where your photos lead?
This week, share your favourite photos showcasing leading lines!
Canon Canada
02/20/2017 at 16:10. Facebook
We hope you are enjoying your family day with your loved ones! Your Canon camera is a great way to capture your favourite moments.

Canon Photographer Steve Russell captured this heartwarming moment on a family camping trip to Oastler Lake Provincial Park with a Canon EOS 1Dx Mark II.
You painted our timeline red this week!

We love all your photos featuring this fiery hue and wanted to share some of our favourites!
Inspiration can be found in the most surprising places, just ask Stephen McMennamy. This photographer has brought a surprising twist to his photography by snapping photos and combining them to create double-take worthy mashups!

What do you think of these combo-photos?

Photography Mix Up! Artist Photoshops Everyday Objects in Photo Match Ups | Fstoppers
Introducing the new Canon EOS M6!

The newest addition to the EOS M series, the M6 features a 24.2 megapixel CMOS sensor, Digic 7 processor, built in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, a 3" tilt-type intuitive touch screen, and continuous shooting up to 7fps.

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On The Go with the EOS M6

Outstanding image quality, Dual Pixel CMOS AF, and improved manual control in a small, lightweight digital camera body. Click here to learn more:

Are you and your camera #RelationshipGoals ? Channel the colour of love and share your favourite photos highlighting RED!
You brought the Sun to us!

Thanks you everyone who brought a little sunshine to our timeline this week, and to help spread a little more of these beautiful views here are some of our favourites!
Photography is a perfect way to rediscover places you thought you knew. Check out this story from ISO 1200 Magazine of ocean style waves happening in our own backyard, as captured by Canon photographer Sandford Photography.

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Photographing Liquid Mountains
The wait is over! The EOS M5 has landed at the Canon Canada eStore.

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Hello Sunshine!

While we are anxiously awaiting warmer weather in the coming months, we want to brighten up our page with your sunny photos!
Don't forget to include your camera info!
We love your style, and you are a stylish bunch!

Thank you for exploring your personal photography style and sharing your photos with us. Here are some of our favourite submissions.
#ThrowbackThursday - In 1839 Louis Daguerre invented the daguerreotype, the first commercial photographic process. Using a silver-plated sheet of copper that is sensitized with iodine vapours and exposed through a camera box, the image reveals itself when developed in mercury fumes.

With the ease of printing and reproducing images in current times, it is incredible how far technology has...
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With the big game right around the corner, have you ever wondered what it takes to capture one of the biggest sporting events in the world?

When Ric Tapia was given the opportunity to shoot from the aerial catwalk, he put his camera gear to work, and the results are amazing!

Check out his story with PetaPixel

I Photographed an NFL Game from the Stadium Catwalk
Only 2 days left to save $400 on the Canon EOS 80D and receive a bonus accessory kit!

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Photographers have a unique way of capturing the world around them, and we want to see yours!

From bokeh backgrounds, black & white snaps, all the way to pretty local landscapes...this week we challenge you to share photos that show off your photography style!
You helped us keep it cool this week by and sharing your frosty photos. Here are some highlights from this week’s snaps!