Canon's EOS 5D Mark III has a lot to live up to. For a start, the original Canon EOS 5D was the first DSLR to really bring full-frame digital photography within the reach of enthusiast photographers. Then came its replacement, the Canon EOS 5D Mark II, which kick-started the current trend for shooting video on a DSLR.
So naturally, as the 5D Mk II clocked up its third birthday in September 2011, the rumour mill slipped into overdrive with lots of speculation about the likely specification of the 5D Mk III. http://www.techradar.com/reviews/cameras-and-camcorders/cameras/digital-slrs-hybrids/canon-5d-mark-iii-1074186/review
Most professional photographers work freelance. Some specialise in news and PR, sport, wedding or travel images; others provide images to stock agencies. This course explores all the options open to freelance photographers and the skills required to make a living from them. http://www.acj.edu.au/courses/photography/freelance-photography
I currently use DXO software and find it, flexible and more importantly quick for editing and processing raw images. Another reason for reccommending them is that their customer help response is quick, informative and friendly. http://www.dxo.com/intl/photo
Learning professional camera craft can give you the skills and creative techniques that will make your photographs look professional.
Open Colleges offers a range of courses from entry-level to advanced, allowing you to gain the specialist skills you are looking for in order to achieve the desired outcome of your study. Start a small or freelance photography business, work in a boutique photography studio or turn your hobby into a professional craft.
Learn the tricks of the trade from professional photographers and artists with decades of photography success and take your creative potential to the next level.
These courses are designed by industry professionals using unique techniques and training modules that cover everything from composition, to marketing your finished product.