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Here are some sample photos of the EOS R6 with a 400mm f/2.8 v3 + adapter, the RF 70-200mm and the RF 100-500mm. They were all shot using Servo AF, Case A, with People/Eye Detect enabled.

Here’s what it was like covering the Australian Open during a snap 5-day lockdown with no fans in the stands. A moment in time, recorded. Let’s hope it never happens again.

Canon has made huge strides in their mirrorless line of cameras. Sony’s A9 Mk II is generally agreed to be the current benchmark, especially it’s ability to shoot at 20 fps with it’s electronic shutter without any noticeable rolling shutter. So is Canon’s current EOS R6 rolling shutter acceptable? Here’s a photo from The Australian […]

Highlights of Caroline Wozniacki’s  journey in winning the Australian Open and her first grand-slam title. More images here.

Highlights of Roger Federer’s journey in defending his Australian Open title. More images here.

The Australian Open starts next week and the players are practising ahead of the event. Some shots from practise sessions and the family event. Stay up to date via the gallery.

We’re well into week 2 of the Australian Open. Here are some photo highlights. More images here.

My travel plans had me in the Northern Hemisphere in late May and I covered the French Open. The clay surface, the late afternoon light, and the suburban location are the three unique characteristics of this event. The photography points on the major courts are also special. Court level, high up, in the stands, and also low […]

Canon Professional Services CPS had a pre-release Canon 5Ds at the French Open. I borrowed it late one day when it looked likely Tsonga was going to win an epic match on centre court. I wanted a loose shot with the crowd celebrating with Tsonga and CPS had a 100mm 2.8L lens that could do justice to […]

Making some preparations for the Australian Open. In the social media era, posting updates to twitter is becoming part of the captioning process. Here is the list of twitter names of the top-ranked women players at the start of 2015. (WTA rank) (1) Serena Williams @serenawilliams (2) Maria Sharapova @MariaSharapova (3) Simona Halep @simona_halep (4) […]

Making some preparations for the Australian Open. In the social media era, posting updates to twitter is becoming part of the captioning process. Here is the list of twitter names of the top-ranked male players at the start of 2015. (ATP rank) (1) Novak Djokovic @DjokerNole (2) Roger Federer @rogerfederer (3) Rafael Nadal @RafaelNadal (4) Stanislas Wawrinka […]

Here’s a selection of my published images from the 2014 Australian Open. You can scroll through them here.

Here are some photos from the second week.

I’m covering the Open for Cal Sport again this year. Here’s a selection of photos from the first week of the 2014 Australian Open. Most of these were shot with the Canon 200-400mm, a terrific one-lens solution for sports, and some with the 600mm on a Canon 1D X body.

I shot my third Australian Open for Cal Sport Media. Images are here. My images also wound up on their partners’ sites: Associated Press AP, Belga News Agency, ZUMApress, Newscom, Newspix, and Sipa Press. Looking forward to 2014.

And finally: Day 14 Day 13 Day 12

Shooting my third Australian Open. Here are some highlights and a recap of the first eleven days. Enjoy! Day 11 Day 10 Day 9 Day 8 Day 7 Day 6 Day 5 Day 4 Day 3 Day 2 Day 1

I missed shooting this event in 2012 but am back for this year. It’s a lovely warm up tournament for the players and the photographers. Here’s a link to the images: http://sydlow.photoshelter.com/gallery/AAMI-Classic-2013/G0000aUGGLlLihQI/