CPN brings you the photographic news from the World Cup in South Africa
Throughout the World Cup CPN is publishing reports, video interviews and blogs from South Africa. CPN web editor Steve Fairclough and his team in Johannesburg interview photographers about how they are getting the most from their Canon equipment, including the EOS-1D Mark IV. He also talks to industry figures about what it takes to cover the world's biggest sporting event. There's an exclusive blog from Getty Images photographer Richard Heathcote on following the Brazilian team, and Mike Burnhill, European CCI Product Specialist at Canon Europe, gives readers an insight into Canon's World Cup support services for photographers. And there's much more...
Video: Joachim Herrmann
The vastly experienced picture editor explains how he selects the images that are used for Reuters' live World Cup match blogs.
Video: Ken Mainardis
The man who coordinated Getty Images' operation in South Africa talks to CPN about how it was done.
Video: Radu Sigheti
The Reuters photographer from Romania explains how he shoots matches from the tribune, high above the pitch.
Video: Thomas Coex
The AFP photographer from France loves the Auto Focus and the vibrant colour capabilities of the EOS-1D Mark IV.
Video: Kai Pfaffenbach
The experienced Reuters photographer from Germany is astounded by the images his Canon equipment help him to capture.
Video: Eddie Keogh
Eddie Keogh from Reuters talks to CPN about the stunning football pictures that the Canon cameras are producing.
Video: Cameron Spencer
It's the Australian photographer's first football World Cup. He talks to CPN's Steve Fairclough about using the EOS-1D Mark IV.
Video: Michael Kooren
The Reuters freelance photographer describes his World Cup assignment covering the superstar footballers in the Dutch team.
Video: Streeter Lecka
Streeter Lecka from Getty Images talks exclusively to CPN about how he approaches covering the 2010 World Cup.
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Photographer Drew Gardner and film editor Katherine Holley explain how they made a short film with the EOS 5D Mark II and EOS 550D.
With over 30 years experience of shooting football John McDermott delivers a masterclass in how to photograph ‘the beautiful game'.