Extreme sports photographer and filmmaker Teddy Morellec is always on the move. Even when he's not taking artistic pictures or shooting breathtaking video for clients, such as Red Bull, Nike and Lacoste, he's travelling. One day he'll be journeying around the Alps in his campervan, the next he could be learning to paraglide.
"I shoot so much different stuff throughout the year, it's crazy," says Teddy. "It can be sports or music festivals one minute, then fashion, portraits or corporate work the next."
In his challenging line of work, getting the right access, knowing the sport and the capabilities of the competitors involved, and being able to anticipate the moment, all help to solve problems. But having a high-performance camera that you can rely on to never miss a beat gives him the edge.
Teddy's day-to-day kit includes a Canon EOS R5, an EOS R3 and a handful of RF and EF lenses. He was also one of the first photographers to use the Canon EOS R6 Mark II – a high-speed camera that's perfectly suited to his high-intensity work.
Here, Teddy shares four times when the features of the EOS R System have saved the day or helped him get a killer shot in tough situations.