August 11, 2022

Photography

Editing Photography, Videos and 3D by Rich the Renegade

Canon R5/R6 Lightning Fast Eye Detection Targeting For Group Photos Tutorial

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Face detection is a incredible tool for portrait and wedding photographers. Many shooters however run into problems when shooting group photos, when wanting to direct it to a specific individual of the group. As good as the face/eye detection algorithm is, it will not know which person you want to get it dialed in on, unless you we tell it specifically. This is the lighting fast eye/face detection technique I recommend, with 3 backup plans just in case the first doesn’t work.

1:15 The Question / Problem
2:08 Customization of Camera
5:14 Saving to C1 Slot for Easy Access
6:04 Demonstration of Lightning Eye Detection Targeting Technique
7:15 3 Other Options when Things go Wrong

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