Nowadays, the lifespan of the average snapshot has been extended -- but in a way, that's only made it much harder to keep track of things. If you've ever looked at your colossal digital photo collection and thought to yourself 'How am I ever going to organize this mess?' then this article is for you.» Read Article
Not everyone is a born photographer. But the good news is, you don't have to be a professional photographer to capture killer snapshots. If you're not content with capturing life's moments with your smartphone, you might want to consider plunking some money down on a digital camera. Here's a list of five of the coolest easy to use cameras on the market today.
The Olympus M.Zuiko 75mm f1.8 lens is a solid lens with sharp image output. Paired with the E-M10, it provides outstanding pictures.
The Olympus 45mm f1.8 lens is a workhouse despite its smaller, less robust design. It offers sharp imagery with good color quality.
Sporting a traditional portrait focal length, the Olympus 25mm f1.8 lens is a welcome addition to their awesome lens lineup.
The Olympus 12-40mm f2.8 pro lens isn't cheap, but the results are stunning, images crisp and the colors pop.
The TG-3 is a great tough camera that not only delivers on image quality, but also offers features not found with any other brand.
The Samsung Galaxy K Zoom is a smartphone-camera hybrid aimed at selfie aficionados looking to up their self-portrait game. Read more on Brighthand.
The X-E2 is Fujifilm's follow-up to its popular X-E1 mirrorless interchangeable-lens camera, and it appears to be a substantial upgrade.
Lightroom mobile, which has just been added to Adobe's Creative Cloud family, allows users to access and edit images on an Apple iPad using familiar tools.
Spring is here and that means the start of the annual airshow season in the United States. Check out our how-to tips to get the best pics!
More than just-another-Instagram, Momentage offering unique and intuitive features, while also helping users make the most of their smartphone camera.
Panasonic announced the HX-A500, which the company is marketing as the world's first 4K wearable camera.
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