Don't-Miss Photography Stories
Now you can go back and edit your caption over and over again until it's perfect.
The best way to get better is to take lots of pictures -- while following Lesa Snider's expert advice.
Creativity, selection refinement, and content-aware fill are the highlights in Adobe's new consumer-level editor.
People have been calling Flic the Tinder of photo apps, and that’s the perfect description: Use gestures to quickly clear out your Camera Roll and keep only the photos that matter.
iOS 8's Photos app is more than just a shoebox for your images. It contains some terrific editing tools as well. Chris Breen takes you on a tour.
Photoshop, photoschmop. Lightroom can handle most editing tasks, plus it's great at managing your photos so you can do more with them.
In this week’s roundup of new Mac Apps, we bring you a way to skip terrible music, find out where your day goes, and make the most of your breaks.
The K-50 is chock full of interesting features (such as weather sealing), but its image quality isn't the best.
The Canon EOS T5 is relatively inexpensive and takes care of the basics, but it doesn't offer all the bells and whistles you might want.
The D3300 is the rare DSLR that will please both beginner digital shutterbugs as well as those with more experience.
With its ease of use and powerful features, the T5i is a great step from a point-and-shoot or smartphone.
The phone in your pocket is OK for quick snapshots. But for challenging subjects or lighting, you need an actual camera. These five entry-level DSLRs make the upgrade easy.
If you aren't wedded to Canon or Nikon, the budget-priced Sony Alpha a58 offers a ton of features and good image quality.
Although you have an old adapter and new iPad, you can continue using that adapter by adding yet another one.
In this week’s roundup of new Mac apps, you’ll find a tool that keeps your files in place, a beautiful photo editor, and a program that tells you where all your storage has gone.