Welcome to the Canon Project
The Canon Project represents a series of shoots that Jason did over the course of 45 days using the Canon Full Frame EOS R camera with the RF 24-105mm f/4, RF 28-70mm f/2, and RF 50mm f/1.2 lenses. Over this time Jason did a variety of shoots in an effort to test the ability of the camera in different environments that most photographers would most likely use this camera for including: Natural Light, Off Camera Flash, LED lighting, LED flash, Black Light, Color Comparisons and more.
The resulting conclusion of all of these shoots will be a comprehensive review that takes all of these experiences into account to present to all of you the most comprehensive review of the camera possible. We hope you enjoy the project. Keep checking back for updates as this page will be updated according to the release of the projects. We thank you for being here.
Gear used for the Canon Project:
Part 1: shooting with Natural Light
Location: Death Valley, California
Synopsis: Shooting with just the Canon RF 24-105mm lens Jason and his Assistant Emily embark on a natural light shoot in one of the most scenic places on earth.
Part 2: shooting with off camera flash
Location: Bus Graveyard
Synopsis: off camera flash, high speed sync shoot done while leading a workshop for PPA (Professional Photographers of America) at a very cool location in Georgia.
PART 3: SHOOTING WITH LED Continuous Lighting
LENS: CANON RF 50MM F/1.2 LENS
LOCATION: abandoned pool
Synopsis: how to blend and balance artificial and ambient light together to create lighting diagrams that create hollywood type lighting in an abandoned pool in georgia.