Don't-Miss Photography Stories
Smartphones aren't just for phone calls, or even texting or email. Now your smartphone doubles as a full-service camera, so which one is the best shooter these days? We compare several popular models to find out.
From iPhoto to iPad and back to your Mac, here's a photo editing, storage, and transfer workflow to suit your needs. Give it a try.
With an F1.8 lens, a fairly big sensor, unique zoom-lens controls, and a faux leather cover, the Fujifilm XF1 is looking to turn heads on the premium compact scene.
The Nikon vs. Canon battle continues, this time on the semi-affordable full-frame DSLR front. The new EOS 6D packs a full-frame sensor and Wi-Fi features into a fairly small body.
The Casio Tryx camera has an innovative, twistable design, along with super-high-speed video capture mode, an extremely wide-angle lens, and some cool in-camera tricks for capturing hands-free shots and artistic-looking stills.
The easy to use olloclip clip-on lens makes it possible to take macro, fisheye, and wide-angle shots on an iPhone 4.
Why are the dingy, ill-colored, sometimes washed out images created by lo-fi photo filter apps so appealing? To understand that, you have to accept something very fundamental about the nature of photography.
Photo-sharing app Instagram can now boast 150,000,000 shared images and 7 million users.