Join the Canon EOS R revolution More andmore photographers are discovering the benefits of mirrorless cameras. This is the story of how Photography News reader Lee Tilley went fromDSLR to Canon’s full-frame EOS R
“Last year, I achieved a Pearson BTEC Level 3 in Art and Design (Photography) with an overall distinction,” says Lee, “and earlier this year I was very proud to get my Licentiateship of the Royal Photography Society distinction. I’m thinking about achieving my Associateship next.” Lee now uses a Canon EOS R full-frame mirrorless system and he has been a Canon owner since the
LEE TILLEY IS a keen enthusiast photographer, shooting subjects from nature and wildlife to street and urban. His photographic journey has been like many others, frombeing a casual camera user for many years to taking photography more seriously over the past decade. He is now a keen camera clubmember and has achieved photographic qualifications, although he has no aspirations to become a professional photographer.
IMAGES The EOS R ’ s sensor gives a top performance even at high ISO settings
IMAGES One of Lee ’ s favourite genres is street photography and he tackles this subject with his EOS R in manual exposure mode and auto ISO. This was exposed at 1/125sec, f/4 and ISO 2000
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