While you may not be there for every moment of your child's life, you can at least capture some of them with Invidyo, which looks to offer parents the opportunity to keep an eye on their tots while they're out and about.
Most flashes can't go past a 1/250 shutter speed, but one lighting accessory company says that it's latest transceiver offers high-speed sync, even if the flash itself doesn't. Oh, and it's also compatible with multiple brands.
In the second third-party compatibility issue since the Canon 1D-X Mark II was released, SanDisk cards are corrupting photographer's images. There's a solution on the way -- and a simple workaround until then.
In what might be described as an attempt to have people live more, shall we say, in the moment, Apple has been granted a patent that could disable photography and video recording during concerts or other "sensitive events."
Remember when megapixels were the only thing that mattered? The latest innovation pushing for wide adoption in high-end smartphones is the dual rear-facing camera setup. Technology reviewer Austin Evans offers a video explanation.
While most of today's cameras are mass-produced, Ebony cameras are handcrafted from wood, titanium, and leather. They won't be available much longer though -- the shop is closing and will stop taking orders at the end of June.
Learning how to pilot a quadcopter is a tricky business. Add to that the stress needing good video footage and it becomes a daunting task for any new drone pilot. Here are 5 tips for getting the best out of your drone video.
They say the best camera is the one in your pocket. That said, check out a selection of our favorite photo-editing apps for Android, whether you need to crop a photo or outfit it with a old-school filter.
Facebook is rolling out its Slideshow video curation tool to iOS users. Much like Snapchat, the update automatically creates video stories from your recently uploaded images and clips that can be shared to the social network.
Bill Cunningham, considered by many to be a pioneer of street photography, died on Saturday, but not without leaving an impact on photography today – from working to be invisible to simply letting inspiration come from the streets.
Twitter is giving users a new way to decorate photos and interact with others on the service. #Stickers let users be expressive, while also serving as embedded hashtags to automatically group images together that use the same sticker.