As 2019 draws to a close, we’re taking another look at the stories that resonated most with VIEW readers. It’s an assortment of stories that really represents the kind of company that Canon is today – future facing experts in imaging technology that is truly changing lives and the way we see the world.
If you’ve shared a screenshot, downloaded pics for a presentation or used an image from Google for your blog, you could be breaking the law without realising.
Our experts predicted the business trends set to shake up 2019 – how well did we fare now that 2020 is around the corner?
Over the decades, offices have changed beyond all recognition, but with the rise of the remote worker, we posed the question: will we even need offices in the future?
We spoke to Business Psychologist and Executive Coach, Joy Palfrey, who gave us her top five tips for successful and productive teamworking – whoever and wherever you are.
Cecilie Harris took a closer look at Canon's corporate philosophy of 'Kyosei' and how it can be a positive way of living for us all.
“This is how I interpret what I see,” says Joe, who always felt like he "didn't fit in" and didn't know why. After being diagnosed with autism aged 32, he turned to photography as a way to show others how he sees the world.
On the 350th anniversary of the death of the Old Master, we discovered more about ‘Portrait of an Elderly Man’ and the project to create a touchable replica of a masterpiece.
There’s no doubt that the ‘magic white card’ is incredibly useful, but while one may look much the same as another, Canon Director of Information Security, Quentyn Taylor explains why it’s what’s on the inside that counts.
Canon Ambassador Audun Rikardsen speaks to Cecilie Harries and shares a very personal story about his stunning photograph of his disabled father as he captures a salmon in the river Alta in Norway.
And finally, fine dining as an adventure! Dinner in Motion takes you on an immersive gastronomic journey through time, space and beautiful places – without even leaving the room!
We hope you enjoy revisiting these and the dozens of other stories from Canon’s world that we have been privileged to share this year. We’re excited to bring you more inspiring tales of imaging innovation in 2020!