Canon Powershot G12: From Snapshots to Great Shots

Canon Powershot G12: From Snapshots to Great ShotsJeff Carlson’s latest book Canon PowerShot G12: From Snapshots to Great Shots has just been released and is available from Amazon or Peachpit Press right now.Jeff’s books contains five of my favorite landscape shots taken with Canon’s Powershot G Series cameras.

I was honored to be included in this wonderful book which contains a ton of great information for anyone wanting to take better photographs with their G10, G11 or G12 camera.


There are also over one hundred spectacular photographs included in this book from amateur and professional photographers across the globe and this alone makes it a “must read” for anyone owning one of these cameras.

Canon Powershot G12: From Snapshots to Great Shots

As you would expect, most of my images are featured in Chapter 7 – Landscape Photography and the shot below (taken at Palo Duro Canyon) was used as a two-page spread to open the chapter.

Canon Powershot G12: From Snapshots to Great Shots

Now that I’m done bragging, I’d really like the thank Jeff Carlson and the folks at Peachpit Press for once again including me in their projects. You folks rock!

5 thoughts on “Canon Powershot G12: From Snapshots to Great Shots

  1. ,wow, i really like to take pictures of landscape and nature, and macro shots, but the g12 has a bit downside when it comes to HD movies, can’t use the zoom much, i really like the fuji hs10 but i dont like the way it is zoomed in or out, could you suggest a better camera for me?, thanks a lot

  2. I had a G10, stupidly sold it, and recently fixed that mistake with a G12. I have been very pleased with both cameras! There’s very little the G12 can’t do that my big cameras can!

  3. I’ve been reading your blog for a couple of months now and I’ve learned a lot from it. Regarding this post, do you get any money when your photos are included in books or other publications?

  4. Congrats Jeff. I use the G12 as my every day pocket and travel camera. It’s size/weight to image quality ratio cannot be overstated.

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