5. Get comfortable with being uncomfortable
Clement says: "Kenyan weather isn't as extreme as Icelandic weather, but it does get very cold in the mornings and quickly gets very hot as the sun rises. I spend so much time inside cars in national parks that become swelteringly hot and get covered with dust no matter whether we've sealed the doors or not.
"Other challenges include fighting flies off the lens and trying to stay calm as they swarm during the Great Migration, and spotting wildlife that camouflages itself in the long grass. Big cats love to be elusive, but the Canon EOS R5 has really helped me to capture them – the Eye Detection AF is out of this world, picking them out of the long grass every time."
Ása says: "I sit in the car trying to pick up the energy to go outside so often, but I know deep down that I really enjoy the conditions. The cold makes me feel alive, and by the end of the day when I've been totally beaten by the weather, I feel like I've accomplished something.
"I trust the EOS R5 no matter what the weather. In Iceland, you can't sit around and wait for sunny days and I really like the dark mood of a storm. So be it rain, wind or snow, I'm out shooting and so far the weather sealing on the EOS R5 has never failed me. It has gotten really wet many times. My best trick for a stormy day when it rains sideways is to shoot with my Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS III USM that has a big lens hood. That way the lens stays dry and protected from the rain to avoid raindrops on it."