Canon M50 Photography Tutorial — 7 Tips and Tricks

7 photography tips and tricks for the Canon M50 and similar Canon cameras! ***** Watch the next video in our Canon M50 series on Think Media here 👉

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📒 Show Notes and Resources 📒

1️⃣ (Video Gear) Canon M50 and Kit Lens on Amazon:

2️⃣ (Canon M50 Video Series) Learn how to use the Canon M50 to create video content step-by-step tutorial series:

3️⃣ (Video) Best Lenses for Canon Mirrorless Cameras (Canon EF-M Lenses)

4️⃣ (Video) Must Have Accessory for the Canon M50! VILTROX Speed Booster Adapter

5️⃣ Omar’s Lightroom Photo Preset Pack:

Learn how to use presets on your photos in this video:

Canon has a great refurbishment program! They offer used, refurbished cameras with a one-year warranty at a steeply discounted price. Availability varies, but check it out!

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In this video Omar from Think Media shares a Canon M50 user guide with tips and tricks for photography. Watch this video to learn 7 easy tips on the best setting for shooting photos with the canon m50. This canon m50 photography tutorial and canon photography tutorial covers beginner canon photography tips and tricks. Learn the best canon photography settings and canon photography tips in this video.

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35 responses to “Canon M50 Photography Tutorial — 7 Tips and Tricks”

  1. Hiii… Been using my m50 for vlogging and is now getting interested in practicing photography.. I tried to put my aperture to lowest like you said but mine's lowest is 3.5….

  2. oh hey i didnt know u can use the lcd screen as open view without opening it. now i knew after watching ur video thanks Omar.
    I really got what i needed from this video as was not happy enough with images earlier as it looks like smart phone photos 🙂
    I just need the best lens for vlog at the same time same lense for phone two in one (in another term I want my photos and vloggings look like Nas, Nightfall project and Khalid Alamri). cuz i am not sure I got the Rode vlogger mic but i feel my voice its not clear 🙁

    can I share my link to my video here to show you?

    I had issues to open the RAW files on pc then it asked me download the update and it worked.

    On FB and messenger when sharing my RAW photo it comes as:
    Can't Read Files

    Your photos couldn't be uploaded. Photos should be less than 4 MB and saved as JPG, PNG, GIF, TIFF, HEIF or WebP files. (is there a converter for that? or the photo quality will be same as JPG?) I wanted the highest quality but its applicable to use it everywhere like all people do.

  3. I actually shoot dancers. Mostly love shooting bboys, poppers, and hip hop all style/freestyle. I’m still experimenting with how i want to shoot them so having this to start with at events has been a big help. Thanks bro!

  4. Useless tips, respectably for beginners that this guy claims are his audience. He says that using raw images is better because you cannot postprocess with JPEG mode, which is nonsense. You just lose a little bit of detail with JPEG, but images have such a high resolution these days that on typical displays you won't even see the difference, but you will waste a lot of storage. Moreover, even professionals don't use manual mode because you have to change all the settings by hand, so why suggest it to beginners??? And why suggest other lenses when you can make decent pictures with kit lenses? First teach people how to use their current camera properly instead of suggesting them to waste more money on nonsense.

  5. Thanks will definitely apply, I got the M50 then I got overwhelmed, taking some time to unpack how to use it and this video amongst many on this channel is helping 🙂 now I need to get the extra lenses…shuu budget

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