What’s more exciting than a car chase scene? Apparently, the process of filming one. This short, behind-the-scenes video from the upcoming 'Jason Bourne' movie may make you jump more than the actual finished scene will, itself.
New and completely redesigned from the ground up, the Glif tripod mount will securely hold your iPhone or other smartphone in landscape or portrait mode. It includes a quick-release lever, and has ¼ 20” mounting points.
Online travel giant Expedia has announced the acquisition of Trover, an online platform designed to let travelers share their photos with people around the world. Financial details of the acquisition remain unknown.
A Japanese crowdfunding project is looking to bring the blink-to-shoot feature to a pair of plain glasses. While it's too early to tell if it will solve the issues raised by other blink cameras, the Blincam has grabbed the…
Light reflecting off detailed virtual surfaces like metal and water can now be quickly rendered thanks to researchers at the University of California San Diego. This advance could mean a major leap forward in cinema-quality computer…
With night landscape photographers in mind, Slik's newest tripods feature integrated LED flashlights and compact, lightweight designs. Three aluminum and two carbon fiber models cover a range in maximum height from 40 inches to 70 inches.
The latest flash trigger from Phottix is now available for Sony shooters, bringing with it high-speed sync and through-the-lens capabilities. While the Odin II isn't the only off-brand flash trigger for Sony, the HSS and TTL are…
One way that you can take your slow-motion video skills to the next level is by introducing controlled motion into the shot. Expert Caleb Pike shows how to shoot and edit it, and it's so much simpler than you think.
SmugMug films give an inside look at the inspiring photography work of Tokyo street photographer Dave Powell. A Google Director by day, a street photographer by night, he both captures and inspires the world one shot at a time.
Disney Research has devised a method to render an actor's facial performance in 3D with a single camera. The simplified technique, which could benefit future movies and video games, works with virtually any camera, including an iPhone.