#SpoilYourselfWithACanon and third wheel it on your parents' holiday. That's what we call a win-win-win! You can still win the chance to have Canon take care of the gift for that special someone. Tag the picture you want to gift with #SpoilYourselfWithACanon and you might receive it in high quality, framed, wrapped and directly under the tree.
Christmas is rapidly getting closer and it’s easy to get caught up in the holiday stress, having to get everyone bigger and better presents. But is this really what our loved ones want? Canon photographer @icelandic_explorer decided to create a special memory for his mom, who always spends a lot of time knitting iconic Icelandic sweaters to keep him warm on his adventures in the Icelandic wildernes. Swipe and get inspired to how you can give back memories to someone this Christmas. Share the photo you want to gift on #SpoilYourselfWithACanon, and you'll have the chance to win the photo in a high quality print, framed and wrapped by @Canonnordic, just in time for Christmas!
Not sure what to gift to your parents this Christmas? #SpoilYourselfWithACanon and get inspired by Canon photographer @Kristjaana, who recreated a memorable childhood picture. Show a picture you would gift to someone on #SpoilYourselfWithACanon – then you have a chance to win the picture in a high quality print – framed, wrapped and ready for Christmas. Swipe to see the behind scenes of how @Kristjaana did it.
22 years with burned cookies, no one remembering the carol and red eyes around the table. You can now capture all of that in 4K, well without the red eyes. And if you need help with the presents to your loved ones then use your camera to gift someone that special picture, put it up on #SpoilYourselfWithACanon and get a chance to win it framed, wrapped and send directly to under the tree
Photographer @idabjorvik received lots of beautiful flowers on her birthday, and as a special thank you to the people, who gave them to her – she decided to create innovative gifts. The ice will melt, and the flowers will die, but the pictures will last forever. This Christmas it's all about creating amazing memories with your camera. Take part in our winter campaign by sharing a special photo you want to gift to someone on #SpoilYourselfWithACanon – and you’ll have the chance to win the photo in a high quality print – framed and wrapped in time for Christmas.
Printed photographs of memories are a special gift, which makes it possible to revisit and experience the memories over and over again. Here Canon photographer @mortenordstrom has captured one of his favorite moments in a new and creative way. Swipe through to see the creation of the picture and get inspired on how you can replace the usual Christmas present with a printed moment from your camera. Share the photo you want to gift to someone on #SpoilYourselfWithACanon, and you will have the chance to win the photo in a high quality print - framed, wrapped and ready for Christmas.
This winter we urge you to #SpoilYourselfWithACanon. Because why buy presents your family and friends don't want or need when you can give them something that means so much more. Like capturing a new profile picture for mom to get rid of her evil villain look on her profile.
In the last days we have bought and taken a lot, but today is the official day of giving. A day where millions of people come together to support and champion the causes they believe in and the communities in which they live. There’s no minimum or limit to how people can do good. Everyone has something to give. Join the global giving movement #GivingTuesday and share how you will give back. The awesome picture is taken by @mariusamu with Canon EOS 5D Mark IV, EF 24-70mm f/2.8L II USM Settings: 1/125 sec at f/5.6, ISO 100 (24mm)
Going places takes you places 💫
Our Canon Nordic photographer @mortenordstrom took his EOS R to Nepal and shot a portrait of this radiant lady.
The story "I was in her village to celebrate the opening of school toilets (actually a huge thing, especially for the girls), when I noticed this little girl walking hand in hand with the lady. Found out it was great grandmother and daughter, and loved how they seemed to have a really close and special connection. They were both a bit skeptic about getting their photo taken, until I showed the results from the back of my camera screen. From that point on they were all smiles - and so was I! 😁"
Are you ready for our first #CanonStories challenge? This month we’re asking you to share images that reflect notable moments in your storytelling journey. Post using #CanonStories and we’ll feature our favourites on our feed and in our newsletter. Photo by @haakonlundkvist
There’s a new challenge on the horizon. #CanonStories gives you the chance to be featured on our feed. Keep an eye on our newsletter and Instagram feed for the first task.
Photo by @kristoffer.lorentzen
Autumn can be captured in many ways. Here @Viggo_Lundberg is #FiringUpFall with a beautiful framing of a typical Swedish red and white cottage located on Kinnekulle, Västra Götaland County.
Shot on a Canon 70D. ISO 100, 80mm, f4, 1/320 #canonnordic
There is something magical about the beautiful autumn colours reflecting in the water. Here @magnusburman is #FiringUpFall with a stunning picture of Skellefteå River located in the northern part of Sweden.
Show us how you’re #FiringUpFall with #canonnordic and we’ll showcase the best stories out there
Do you remember Kaffe, a curly coated retriever and Instagram model from Finland? We teamed up with him and his loyal photographer @harrifarvainen again to provide you with some new pictures of Kaffe goofing around. Go follow @kaffegram for more inspirational photos.
Image 1: Canon EF 14mm f/2.8 L II USM and Canon EOS 5D Mark IV, (ISO 100 1s f22)
Image 2: Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8 L II USM and Canon EOS 5D Mark III, (ISO 400 1/200s f6.3)
Image 3: Canon EF 14mm f/2.8 L II USM and Canon EOS 5D Mark III, (ISO 400 1/3200s f4)
Image 4: Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8 L II USM and Canon EOS 5D Mark III, (ISO 1250 1/125s f2.8)
Image 5: Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8 L II USM and Canon EOS 5D Mark III, (ISO 400 1/250s f2.8)
@pasisalminen took our #FiringUpFall challenge to new heights with this freezed ollie 📸 Canon EOS 1DX MkII, ISO 640, 1/250s, f/5