Power of print: How Fundy Software is bridging across the generations with photography

Printed photos can help us discover our history, and Fundy Software founder, Andrew Funderburg, is embarking on a journey to champion the power of print through his story to reconnect with his past.

This 4K time-lapse of Grand Teton required nearly a month to create

This 4K time-lapse film captures Grand Teton National Park during both day and night, and required nearly a month to create. For the filmmakers, it's the eighth national park they've featured in a series they're creating.

Sony releases firmware updates for 7 lenses to improve focus performance

Sony lens owners got a gift today as the company announced firmware updates for 7 lenses in it's FE lineup targeted at improving focusing performance. Sony says the manual focusing will be more accurate.

This new algorithm can tell how old you are based on your Instagram activity

What if we told you that we could tell roughly how old you are based on your Instagram activity? A new algorithm from researchers at Penn State University can do just that.

World’s smallest 360-degree camera is loaded with big features

The Nico360 claims to be the world’s smallest 360-degree camera. The tiny, block-shaped device isn’t just small, however, it’s also surprisingly powerful, with features that make other 360-degree cameras seem lacking.

$400K Lamborghini Aventador crashed into a supercar showroom during a photoshoot

Earlier this week, a $400K Lamborghini Aventador crashed through a showroom floor during a photo shoot. Eyewitnesses say the photographer shooting the car was behind the wheel when the incident occurred.

A free (and legal) version of Photoshop? Here’s how to get it

Want some of the perks of Adobe Photoshop without having to pay the hefty price tag? Here's our guide on how to get Photoshop CS2 completely free of charge — no strings attached.

Two months after attackers tossed his camera into a lake, journalist reunited with photos

When two attackers threw David Pardo's camera in the water in May for taking a stranger's photo, he probably didn't think he'd ever see those images again. But a woman caught the camera while fishing -- and the photos were still intact.

Globell gets serious about color management with new monitor calibrator 3:40

Globell, the company behind Meyer-Optik-Görlitz, promises a combination of professional quality results, long-lasting durability, and an affordable price in its new globellColor calibrator. The product is now on Kickstarter.

Forget retro filters, this new software instantly colorizes old photos

Colorizing a black-and-white photo is a time-intensive and highly skilled process -- but a grad student just taught a computer to do it. Algorithmia is only accurate about 20 percent of the time, but shows more promise than previous…

Peer-to-peer photography rental proves the value of sharing with $1 million in funding

Would you rent out your gear if someone else took care of the logistics and paid for $750,000 in insurance? Early support for ShareGrid suggests that many would say yes -- and now the peer-to-peer photography rental company is…
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CyberLink's Media Suite 14 includes additional pro video and photo features

The Taiwan-based CyberLink announced this week the launch of its latest version of CyberLink Media Suite 14, which packs all 15 of CyberLink’s content and media product programs into one affordable package.