Canon’s Northern California rep, John Bell, will in-store with the new 5D Mark IV on Tuesday, August 30th, from 12-3PM.
Visit Keeble & Shuchat to meet the Canon Factory Rep and learn all about the exciting new products.
The Canon EOS 5D Mark IV DSLR camera builds on the strong legacy of the 5D series, delivering significant improvements in image quality, performance, and versatility.
Designed to suit the needs of the wedding, portrait, landscape, nature/wildlife photographers as, as well film makers, this is an extremely powerful imaging tool! It features a brand new 30.4 Mega pixel full-frame CMOS sensor, stunning 4K Video (with Frame Grab), Dual Pixel CMOS AF, as well as an updated 61-point AF system.
The 5D Mark IV offers improved continuous shooting up to 7.0 frames per second, a Touch Panel LCD, as well as built-in Wi-Fi and GPS.
New 30.4 Megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor for versatile shooting in nearly any light, with ISO range 100-32000; expandable up to 50-102400 (equivalent ISO).
4K Motion JPEG video (DCI cinema-type 4096 x 2160) at 30p or 24p; in- camera still frame grab of 4K 8.8-Megapixel images; multiple video options include Full HD up to 60p, and HD up to 120p.
Superb Dual Pixel CMOS AF for responsive and smooth AF during video or Live View shooting
LCD monitor has full touch-screen interface, including selection of AF area.
Excellent performance – up tp 7.0 fps continuous shooting speed with high-performance DIGIC 6+ Image Processor for improved speed and excellent image quality.
61 AF points with expanded vertical coverage with 41 cross-points, and AF possible at all 61 AF points with many lens + extender combinations effective at f/8.
150,000-pixel RGB+IR metering sensor helps provide precise exposure metering, helps detect flickering lights and allows for enhanced scene recognition and face detection capabilities.
Dual Pixel RAW, in-camera Digital Lens Optimizer during shooting JPEG and Diffraction Correction technologies.
Built-in Wi-Fi and NFC connectivity provide easy sharing to compatible smart devices, select social media sites and the Canon Connect Station CS100 device.
Built-in GPS provides geotag information including auto time syncing with Universal Time Code (UTC) via satellites.
Vintage racing is a uniqure motorsports experience. The cars are truly the stars which makes for a great photographic experience. We traveled to Sonoma Raceway on April 11 with an enthusiastic group of customers, and the support of Canon and Victory Lane to capture the excitement.
After a great day at the track the participants were invited to submit their best photos and come back to KSP to share the images. KSP’s own Bill Graham gave a presentation on post production and we shared experiences.
Look for more Vintage Racing events coming this fall.
The day starts with a class on the elements of sports photography presented by Jim Rose, Canon’s professional training specialist. The group will then take the train to San Francisco. Our destination? The stadium – for a behind the scenes tour.
The tour will include fantastic access to the ballpark. Highlights of the tour include:
The Field Warning Track
A Major League Dugout
Visitors’ Indoor Batting Cage
The Visitors’ Clubhouse
The Press Box
A Luxury Suite
We’ll see the field from the player’s perspective and have a group photo taken of us in the dugout. The class will break after the tour for lunch. Lunch will be complements of Canon USA.
After lunch we’ll photograph batting practice and, finally, settle in for a night of Giants winning baseball. At the end of the game we will be chauffeured back to Palo Alto in a Royal Coach Tours luxury bus; a relaxing end to a great day.
This event is sponsored by:
Canon’s Northern California rep, John Bell, will be present and will have an assortment of Canon loaner gear for participants to try out.
Limited space is still available for this unique experience. Sign up by clicking here to reserve your spot for this afternoon of fun. —Editor
The Bay area is teeming with great opportunities to see and photograph fine automobiles. Whether your subject is race cars in their element, classics resting on freshly cut rye, or customs in a show hall, the underlying challenges are similar. What equipment do you need, how do you deal with mixed (and changing) light, and how do you find interesting viewpoints that distinguish the visually interesting elements of the car from a distracting background? Join Dave Henry, Bill Graham, and Jim Rose to learn what you need to make images that you will want to show off.
We will begin with a short presentation from Dave covering equipment and technique. Dave will then brief you on what to expect at the various shooting stations. Once participants are oriented we will quickly move to shooting stations and get to work making images. The instructors will be available to the participants to answer technical questions, make creative suggestions, and offer immediate coaching. In addition to the cars, Dave will set up small product workstations (our set is also a working winery) so that you can experiement with RF wireless flash and tilt-shift lenses.
Once you capture a great image make sure to see your Canon rep, John Bell, and share a copy with him. Each participant’s best image will be entered in a Canon sponsored contest and contest entries will be published in a future edition of Victory Lane magazine.
The workshop enjoys full sponsorship from Canon and participants will have access to a wide variety of equipment from Canon Professional Services (a perk normally reserved for accredited media photographers).
Your class admission price includes lunch at the conclusion of the class. (wine is not included).
Dave Henry has been a professional photographer for over 30 years and was an early adopter of digital photography. He began with Photoshop – Version 1 in 1991.
He began his career in photography working for industry leaders Minolta, Leica and Canon. He’s been shooting Canon since he joined the company in 1977. Dave’s talent eventually led to a 27-year career as a photographer for the Sacramento Bee. His freelancing business and career at The Bee has allowed him to cover assignments on five continents and his client list is extensive. His work has been published in newspapers, magazines, and annual reports, on billboards and on-line.
Dave’s portfolio includes architectural, advertising, travel and landscape photography. His popular annual Eastern Sierra fall foliage coverage in California has been featured in the newspaper and web site of The Sacramento Bee since 1979 and more recently on Fox television and The Weather Channel.
For well over 30 years Dave has taught seminars and led photography workshops all over the world. He’s known for his energetic and warm personal style. He enjoys helping photographers enhance their natural skills and talents.
Dave will be teaching the following classes at our May event:
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December 13–15, 2013 Pre-trip Orientation: Saturday, December 7, 2013 4-5pm at KSP Gallery
Central California’s Monterey coast is one of the most beautiful places to visit in California. Artists began moving to the area over a hundred years ago because it offered inspirational natural beauty while being close to a major metropolitan area.The fresh salt air will stimulate your senses waiting for a sunset or that perfect crashing wave. Early morning mist envelops the cypress trees at Point Lobos State Reserve and the late evening sun paints the shore with a deep orange tint.
To understand what’s beneath the water, we’ll visit the Monterey Bay Aquarium and photograph the famous Jellyfish and Open Sea exhibits using high ISO light gathering and fast wide-angle lenses.
Our objective is to heighten your perception of the natural scene, stimulate your compositional eye and give you the necessary tools to anticipate quick decisions in the field in order to respond to changing conditions.
There will be numerous lenses including: super wides, telephoto, macro and Tilt–Shift lenses available for your use. There will also be a limited selection of loaner cameras from Canon for those non-Canon owners attending the workshop.
Pre-trip orientation meeting December 7 4:00-5:00pm at the Keeble & Shuchat Gallery. Meals, Lodging and transportation not included. For more information or to reserve space in this workshop, contact Dave Henry at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our instructor, Dave Henry is a Canon freelancer and professional photographer and has been widely published for over 30 years in just about every medium you can think of.
Early in his career he worked for a couple of camera companies, including Canon, and has spent the last 27 years as a photographer at The Sacramento Bee newspaper.
For over 30 years he has taught seminars and led photography workshops all over the world and covered assignments on five continents. He’s an early pioneer in digital photography as one of the first two photographers at The Bee to convert to digital in 1990.
His commercial work ranges from architectural, aerial, advertising, editorial, food and commercial photography to his personal work in landscapes. We are sure you will enjoy his warm, energetic and engaging style.