Don't-Miss Photography Stories
Sony's translucent mirror technology makes its debut in the impressive A55 interchangeable lens camera. This camera is set apart by its small size, ability to continuously autofocus while shooting video, and fast continuous shooting mode.
These digital camera and camcorder Black Friday deals will make finding that perfect "something" a lot easier to find when shopping for the shutterbug on your gift list.
Before investing in a new camera, its important to know what type of viewfinder it has and if that is the best option for you.
The holiday season is just around the corner--here are some gift ideas for the photography lover in your life (even if that's you).
Despite some limitations, this app from Eastman Kodak makes it easy to produce quality color photo prints from your iOS device -- if you have a supported printer or digital photo frame.
This fun little app lets you choose, mix, and match your photos for a unique slideshow in which your photos are converted, stroke by stroke, into a painting. The results are entertaining to watch.
Photographers on Leopard and Snow Leopard can look forward to compatibility with nearly a dozen new cameras from Canon, Nikon, Sony, and more.
A major update to this photo app brings its total number of effects to over 170 and lets you layer, customize, and save effects as presets for reuse later. Sharing to Flickr and full support for the iPhone 4 and its camera round out a long list of updates.
We sorted through 600+ entries and voted on our favorite images. Here are the winners of Macworld's first iPhone 4 photography contest.
The HD Hero is sports enthusiasts whose hobby includes not just the activity itself, but sitting afterward at a computer messing with the images and footage gathered during a session.
There's a clever idea behind this app -- upload your photos to Twitter and Facebook at the same time. Unfortunately, in our tests, PicBounce was unable to deliver.
A wealth of features make this unit nearly as well suited for family or home office users as it is for photo enthusiasts.
Is Kinect racist? Is the iPhone losing market share? Is Hulu Plus still invite-only? Was there ever an iPhoto 9.0? The answer to all these questions, friends, is a resounding "no."
On Thursday, Apple issued an update to iPhoto '11, adding new print product options and fixing some bugs.
When you post images online, you risk giving a website permission to use your photos in ways you don’t intend. Take steps to protect your photos.