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PhotoPlus: The Canon Magazine new July issue no.180 now on sale!

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New July issue no.180 of PhotoPlus: The Canon Magazine is on sale now – as well as being delivered safely to subscribers homes (opens in new tab) – in time for a super summer of new photo skills!

We’ve created some great fast fixes to help you instantly improve your Canon camera skills this month. With 21 tricks and quick tips, we look at better ways to control your EOS camera, easy solutions for raising your game, and ways for taking better shots.

We speak to Kenyan wildlife photographer Clement Kiragu about his career and epic portfolio, and how he’s adapted during the pandemic while people are travelling less. 

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We ventured up north to the Lake District with Canon photographer Bilal Hussain and our Apprentice, in search of some stunning scenery. We weren’t disappointed as the Hot Shots of some lovely landscapes prove. 

In our Canon Skills section, we have more step-by-step photo projects; how to brighten up your landscapes using off-camera flash, and Dan Mold introduces his new landscape photography series by looking closely at composition, plus new Lightroom, Photoshop CC and Affinity Photo editing tutorials, all with free easy-to-follow video guides.

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Our Canon School series continues with all you need to know about EOS menus, and in EOS SOS we answer your technical questions.

Great Canon gear

In Super Test, we test a top 10 of all-day lenses from light and fast primes to standard zoom options, plus new Canon-related kit including EOS R3 spec news.

Also download your FREE Teach Yourself Portrait Photography eBook, it’s 196 pages and worth £15.99!

We thank you for sticking with us during these times. Our PhotoPlus and Canon community continues to grow, and we continue to support each other. 

PhotoPlus: The Canon Magazine is packed with essential Canon techniques, tests, tutorials and inspiration – out now at all good newsagents and supermarkets, or make sure your copy is delivered to your door every month by subscribing at our online shop from just £13.50 for three issues! (opens in new tab)

In 2021 we’re also doing our best to help the environment, and to show our commitment, UK subscribers will be receiving their copies in paper envelopes from now on.

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PhotoPlus: The Canon Magazine (opens in new tab) is the world’s only 100% Canon-focused title on the newsstand. Launched in 2007, for 14 years it has delivered news, reviews, buying guides, features, inspirational projects and tutorials on cameras, lenses, tripods, gimbals, filters, lighting and all manner of photography equipment. 


Aimed squarely at enthusiast photographers who use the Canon DSLR or mirrorless camera systems, all content is tailored to Canon users – so everything from techniques to product tests are tailored to those using the EOS camera system.


Editor Peter Travers brings 14 years of experience as both a journalist and professional photographer, with Technique Editor Dan Mold shoring up the magazine with his 6 years of expertise.