Since its invention, photography’s power to capture a passing moment and freeze it in time has fascinated humans. However, to successfully photograph an event in motion requires good lighting, a high-performing camera as well as sufficient skill and patience from the photographer. The new EOS RP is easy to use, allowing even amateurs to take professional-level photos.
Harri Tarvainen is a professional photographer specialising in outdoors and action photography. Together with his Instagram famous curly coated retriever Kaffe, they hike in the nature and take amazing photos. You can follow Kaffe’s adventures on his Instagram account @kaffegram. Remember to also check out Kaffe and Harri's five tips for pet photography.
I’ll admit it, I am an old-school photographer. I love the sound of the camera shutter. I rather look through the finder than gaze at the display. In my work, I mainly photograph with the Canon EOS 1Dx mkII and Canon EOS 5D mkIV, both of which belong to the highest-performing end of the Canon range. Many of my colleagues have already moved on to use mirrorless cameras, and their lightness and compact size have sparked my interest as well. When I was offered a chance to try out the EOS RP system, I was happy to take it. I picked two of my dearest subjects to try it out on: my dog Kaffe and skateboarding.