Panning is a technique that lets you capture the essence of motion in a photo. By shooting with a somewhat slow shutter speed and tracking the action as you take the picture, you blur the background while freezing the subject. Here's how to do it.
The new Lytro camera has introduced not only new technology but the urge to alter focus after the fact. Here's how to do this on your own camera without a Lytro.
The average camera's noise performance has improved dramatically in the past few years, enabling you to shoot at previously unheard-of, crazy-high ISOs and still get very usable photos.
Today's camera bags are more rugged, offer better protection, and often come with a surprising array of clever features.