As a professional wedding photographer, I've had the privilege to use a plethora of cameras throughout my career. Each one has its unique qualities, and all have contributed in some way to capturing those priceless moments that make a wedding day so special. Recently, I decided to take the Canon R3 for a spin and shared my experiences in a video, which you can find here. Here's a summary of my findings, perfect for those considering this camera for their wedding photography business.
From the moment I unboxed the Canon R3, I was struck by its robust yet ergonomic design. It seemed sturdy and well-constructed, with an intuitive layout that made it easy for me to adjust settings on the fly. The weight and balance were ideal, which is a crucial consideration for wedding photographers who often work long hours holding the camera.
When I started shooting with the Canon R3, the impressive speed immediately stood out. The camera's eye-control autofocus feature was a game-changer, enabling...
by Demothy Tien
Link to R5 review video: https://youtu.be/k61jtVUD6kk
Canon’s release of two mirrorless cameras in the form of the EOS R5 and EOS R6 left many wondering which to get. Both cameras are quite similar in look, and a solid upgrade to the popular EOS R, however, in terms of functionality, they are quite different. One serves as a professional powerhouse, while the other is a fantastic choice for the average photographer.
For the most part, the EOS R5 and EOS R6 share a very similar body. Ergonomics are pretty much the same between the two, however, the biggest difference is the lack of a top dial on the R5. The R5 exchanges the more traditional dial in favor of an LCD display.
Moving onto the back of the camera, both are essentially identical. The only real difference between the two is a slightly larger LCD display on the R5. Overall, the bodies of the EOS R5 and R6 are extremely close, with the only noticeable...
In this video, I go over my picks for the best lenses for wedding photographers. I also touch base on what order that I think you should buy them in.
Wedding photography has a variety of different needs, and in order to prioritize them, I think there is an order in which you should purchase.
Click the video above to see my recommended list for the best lenses for wedding photographers.
You can purchase the gear in the video above here