Lensical is a nifty iOS app that can take "normal" photos and do totally bizarre and sometimes disturbing things with them. We totally dig it. Here's why.» Read Article
Google isn't necessarily calling you a bad videographer. It's just offering up a few futuristic tools to help make your videos a bit more, well, watchable.
If you've ever looked at a photograph of yourself and thought that you'd look great as an artist's charcoal rendering -- or maybe just wanted to remove a blemish here and there, or find out what you might look like as a cartoon character -- then you might be interested in a little app called Repix.
If you think your 120-fps camera is the fast, you're wrong.
Dubbed the Kawaii Selfie by Mirror Cam, Casio's Exilim MR1 is yet another manufacturer's foray into the selfie snapshot craze.
Just in time for last-minute holiday shoppers, the A7 II will be made available in the United States beginning December 9.
GoPro is going up and away, literally, by developing a line of consumer-level drone craft equipped with the ability to capture action from high above in high definition.
The Samsung NX1, its first 4k-capable consumer camera, is finally coming stateside.
Long the bane of both professional and amateur photographers the world over, camera shake has been known to mar perfectly framed photographs for all eternity.
It appears an era of even higher quality smartphone photography is almost upon us, if Sony has anything to say about it.
Project Beyond is the name of the latest endeavor from Samsung's Think Tank Team, which aims to enable individuals to create compelling content to be viewed on VR headsets.
Mountain View-based Lytro, a company that specializes in the development of light-field cameras, is making a go at the dev kit market which could serve to expand its reach well beyond the camera manufacturing industry.
Offering up proof that membership indeed has its benefits, Amazon is adding another considerable checkmark to the list of perks for Prime subscribers. According to Amazon, the new Prime Photos service brings unlimited cloud storage for photographs at a cost of zero dollars.
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