EOS Network is run by Dave Newton and Brian Worley.
It is your online training resource for all photographic things Canon. The website is not affiliated with, nor owned by, Canon. It exists for the good of the EOS using community, to help further the knowledge and understanding of photographers using EOS cameras, and provide a place for the community to interact and share their thoughts and ideas as well as learn.
If you have a question about the Canon EOS system and how it works, the chances are Brian and Dave can answer it for you.
Dave is the former technical editor of EOS Magazine and Canon Professional Network (for whom he still acts as a regular technical contributor on all EOS matters). He has presented various EOS based masterclasses and runs training courses for various groups, including corporates and camera clubs. He has also presented for Canon both in the UK and Ireland and also wrote and presented a large body of training material for internal use within Canon.
He is a long-standing EOS user and has an almost unmatched knowledge of the Canon EOS system. He has also been used as the main technical author of technical marketing material for several Canon products. Among other events, he’s presented at SWPP, RPS conventions, Park Cameras, PhotoVision, PhotoFest, Focus on Imaging and Canon Pro Photo Solutions.
As a professional photographer he is well known for being able to turn his hand (or eye!) to a wide variety of subjects though he specialises in travel, landscape and natural history. Before joining EOS Magazine he was a picture researcher and editor at NHPA, one of the world’s leading wildlife picture libraries. He was also the instigator and forum administrator for the long-running, but now defunct, EOS Forums.
To see more of Dave’s photography and read his personal blog, visit www.photopositive.co.uk
Brian brings a wealth of experience to the setup, having worked at Canon Europe headquarter’s in various roles for nearly 15 years. He has been a product manager for almost everything that features a lens and most recently was the head of Canon’s own internal photo education program. It is often said that you cannot know everything, but there is very little Brian does not know about the EOS system.
An accomplished photographer in his own right, Brian brings his extensive knowledge tempered with real world experience to make sure that he can explain not just how something works in theory, but how to make it work in a live environment. Although he turns his lens to most subjects, he spends the majority of his time shooting portraits, making extensive use of the EOS Speedlite flash system.
Like Dave, Brian has been a regular presence on the lecture circuit, talking at SWPP, Focus on Imaging, Park Cameras and Canon Pro Photo Solutions as well as several camera clubs around the UK.
To see more of Brian’s photography and read his personal blog, visit www.p4pictures.com