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    Sämtliche Inhalte auf der CPN-Website sind auf Englisch verfügbar. Einige Inhalte, wie z. B. Produktbeschreibungen, aktuelle Produkteinführungen und einige technische Artikel, sind ebenfalls auf Deutsch, Spanisch, Französisch, Italienisch und Niederländisch erhältlich. Wählen Sie in der Liste oben Ihre Sprache aus, damit sämtliche darin verfügbaren Inhalte automatisch entsprechend Ihrer Wahl dargestellt werden. Ansonsten wird als Standardsprache Englisch verwendet.

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    All content published on the CPN website is available in English. Some content – such as product descriptions, recent product launches and some technical articles – is also available in German, Spanish, French, Italian and Dutch. Choose your language from the list above and all content that is available in your language will automatically be displayed in your language, otherwise the default language will be English.

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    Todo el contenido publicado en la página web de CPN está disponible en inglés. Parte del contenido –como descripciones de producto, lanzamientos recientes de productos y algunos artículos técnicos– también están disponibles en alemán, español, francés, italiano e holandés. Elija su idioma en la lista anterior y todo el contenido que esté disponible en su idioma aparecerá automáticamente en ese idioma, o , si no, en el idioma predeterminado que es el inglés.

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    Tout le contenu publié sur le site Web de CPN existe en anglais. Une partie du contenu (comme les descriptions de produit, les lancements récents de produit et certains articles techniques) est également publié en allemand, en espagnol, en français, en italien et en néerlandais. Choisissez la langue dans la liste ci-dessus, et tout le contenu offert dans votre langue s’affiche automatiquement ; par défaut, le reste s’affiche en anglais.

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    Tutti i contenuti pubblicati sul sito CPN sono disponibili in inglese. Alcuni contenuti come descrizioni di prodotto, lanci di prodotti recenti e alcuni articoli tecnici sono disponibili anche in tedesco, spagnolo, francese, italiano e olandese. Seleziona la lingua dall'elenco in alto e automaticamente si visualizzeranno tutti i contenuti disponibili in quella lingua; diversamente la lingua di default sarà l’inglese.

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CPN Magazine

February 2011

Canon Professional Network (CPN) Magazine is published by Canon Europa NV in the five main European languages and is aimed at complementing the CPN website.

A high-quality, coffee table-type publication CPN Magazine showcases the work of professional photographers who use Canon equipment in image-led articles of between four and 10 pages in length. The publication also profiles some of the most influential figures in photography, and includes news features of awards and events, along with a technical and business section.

Editor Mike Stanton said: "CPN Magazine is a stage on which to reveal the beauty and power of images taken by some of world's greatest professional photographers. From whole careers to individual assignments, we will tell the stories behind the pictures, including how they are technically created, and as well as giving enough space to let the images speak for themselves."

The magazine is free to all European Canon Professional Services (CPS) members with a renewed 2011 account. If you are an existing European CPS member and want to ensure you don't miss out on receiving your CPN Magazine, please make sure your have renewed your account for 2011 and your contact details are up to date by clicking here.

The magazine is available in English, French, German, Spanish and Italian.

 

Issue 6

Issue 6 of CPN magazine includes:

  • A focus on portrait and wedding photography and features a new, improved technical section.
  • A new Final Frame page at the back of the magazine. In this issue Italy's Flavio Bandiera, recognised as one of the world's leading wedding photographers, explains the story behind one of his stunning images.
  • A revealing comparison between the quirky wedding pictures by Thomas Zehnder and those by an all-female German collective, and a look at some of the best Custom Functions settings for this genre.
  • Flash specialist Syl Arena explaining how he maximises the capabilities of Canon's Speedlite flashguns to shoot a variety of studio and location portraits.
  • Another new feature — the Moving Pictures section — focusing on the benefits of making videos with DSLRs and Canon's range of HD camcorders.
  • An exclusive article on the documentary work of Institute and National Geographic's Gerd Ludwig. His images of post-communist Russia and its neighbours tackle some of the region's most complex issues.
  • Startling and award-winning images of Greenland by the UK landscape photographer Nick Cobbing.
  • Some useful advice on how to market your work, and an interview with Kai Feldhaus, Bild's Chief Reporter, on how he teams up with photographers on Germany's biggest-selling newspaper.
  • A round-up of some award-winning photos from 2010, including sports and photojournalism pictures from last year's CPN Editor's Choice in the Rising Stars section.
 

In issue 6, Gerd Ludwig explores the complex issues shaping Russian society.


 

Issue 5

Issue 5 of CPN magazine includes:

  • French photographer and filmmaker Dominique Issermann explains the ideas behind her dazzling fashion advertising images of the past 15 years.
  • Swiss art photographer Hannes Schmid’s trip to a Status Quo concert led to hundreds of rare and revealing images of rock stars from the 1970s and ‘80s that have only recently been published. CPN magazine tells the fascinating story behind their creation.
  • Ken Kobré heads the photojournalism programme at San Francisco State University. He looks at the new ways that photojournalists are ‘getting the message out’.
  • Canon Ambassador and wildlife photographer Thorsten Milse describes the risky leap from keen amateur to professional, and suggests a few ideas on getting started as a wildlife photographer.
  • Getty Images’ Adam Pretty has made a career from sports action and sports commercial photography, and nowhere more impressively than with is swimming images. He explains all to CPN.
  • Pulitzer Prize winner Karsten Thielker tells the remarkable story of a community living literally metres below airliners landing at Manila’s international airport.
  • And there’s a close-up look at the Canon EOS-1D Mark IV DSLR… and much more.
© Karsten Thielker

 

Issue 4

Issue 4 of CPN magazine includes:

  • A 10-page feature on Magnum's Gueorgui Pinkhassov. Beginning with his early days capturing life on the tense streets of Moscow, he reveals what inspires him, what photography means to him and the influence of, among others, the Russian filmmaker Andrei Tarkovsky.
  • Canon Ambassador Vanessa von Zitzewitz joins Hamburg-based photographer Dirk Fellenberg and American Frank Yamrus to reveal three very different approaches to capturing images of ‘objects of desire'.
  • An eight-page feature on Spanish photographer Isabel Muñoz revealing what connects her portraiture of tribes in Africa and gangs in Central America.
  • Stephen Mayes, director of VII Photo and former secretary of the World Press Photo contest, argues that photography needs to find a new language and new ways of reaching an increasingly internet-savvy audience.
  • Canon Ambassadors, and BBC TV wildlife presenters, Jonathan and Angela Scott explain how the images and film taken on explorer Ernest Shackleton's heroic expedition to Antarctica in 1914 continue to inspire their work.
  • Jim Casper, the founder and editor of Lensculture.com, picks out six of his favourite photographers and what makes them special.
  • There's a close-up view of the Canon's new generation of tilt and shift lenses, the TS-E17mm f/4L and the TS-E24mm f/3.5L II.
 

 

Issue 3

Issue 3 of CPN magazine includes:

  • A 10-page feature on Canon Ambassador Lorenzo Agius, who burst onto the scene in the mid-1990s with his now much-copied, black and white stills for the cult film Trainspotting.
  • A look behind the scenes at the great fashion shows with three different Canon photographers - Magnum's Chris Anderson, Germany's Esther Haase and VII Network's Benjamin Lowy.
  • Henry Horenstein's images that show animals as you've probably never seen them before.
  • A profile of La Gazzetta dello Sport's Saturday magazine, Sportweek.
  • An interview with Prix Pictet winner Benoit Aquin on his stunning and important pictorial series, The Chinese Dust Bowl.
  • A close-up view of the EOS 50D and two of Canon's top prime lenses, the EF24mm f/1.4L II USM and the EF50mm f/1.2L USM.
 

 

Issue 2

Issue 2 of CPN Magazine includes:

  • A 10-page retrospective of Time magazine's David Burnett, one of the hardest-working and most creative photographers of the past 40 years.
  • An interview with Mariko Takeuchi, guest curator at Paris Photo 2008, about the history of, and current trends in, Japanese art photography.
  • A look at Palani Mohan's stunning black and white images depicting the sometimes unhappy lot of Asian elephants.
  • A fascinating study of the world's largest squatted building by Brazilian photographer Julio Bittencourt.
  • An extended technical article on the groundbreaking EOS 5D Mark II camera that combines 21.2 megapixel stills capabilities with full 1080p HD video shooting.
 

 

Issue 1

Issue 1 of CPN Magazine includes:

  • An interview with the acclaimed American photographer David Douglas Duncan about his 1951 book, ‘This Is War!'
  • A profile of Michael ‘Nick' Nichols, an editor-at-large at National Geographic magazine and now a Canon Ambassador, in which he explains his approach to conservation photojournalism.
  • A rare and fascinating sports assignment in which Magnum photographer, and Canon Ambassador, Paolo Pellegrin harks back to the imagery of European pioneers in the first half of the 20th century.
  • An insight into the work of three very different wedding photographers.
  • Fashion from central Asia.
  • Street photography from Bangladesh.
  • The technical pages look in detail at the EOS-1Ds Mark III camera, the new EF200mm f/2L IS USM lens and a more seasoned gem, the TS-E90mm f/2.8.