Drift's Compass camera brings affordability to the lifelogging market. The camera is tiny -- not much bigger than an Apple Watch screen -- weighs just 1 ounce, shoots 1080p HD video, and includes live-streaming capabilities.
Commercial photographer Adam Angelides goes behind the scenes on a recent lifestyle shoot to demonstrate how off-camera flashes can be used to create realistic, natural light regardless of location, time, or weather.
Who would have thought that with the right tech and some very clever camerawork, playing golf in the dark would look so cool. See ten of the world's best golfers play after the sun goes down in this cool video.
This isn’t the first lens kit for the iPhone’s camera we’ve seen, but it does promise something others don’t — considerably better image quality thanks to a free form lens design, a first for this type of product.
As athletes continue to push the boundaries of what's humanly possible, so too do photographers push technical boundaries to take better pictures of them. And the 2016 games will see some of the most advanced robotic camera systems yet.
Most kids play with dolls, building Lego, and get excited about ice cream. Regina Wylie is a nine-year-old who also loves shooting advanced mirrorless cameras and prime lenses in full manual mode. Oh, to be young again.
With over 30 million users, the VSCO Cam has the human resources to get a bit more social. The popular photo editing app for iPhone and Android will soon get an update that will focus on social sharing.
Content creators are continuing to explore the possibilities presented by the VR industry. Getty Images, for one, is keen to stay at the forefront, on Tuesday announcing plans to equip all of its photographers at the Rio Olympics with…
This technique is a quick and painless method to create before/after animated GIFs of your images, the perfect social media content for your followers. It's a great marketing tool for photographers, and a great showoff tool for…
To help kickstart its future success, one of the world's oldest photography publications has opted to crowdfund capital investments. Already, the campaign for the British Journal of Photography has surpassed its funding.