Cinemagraphs are traditionally created from short videos, but a startup has developed a way to craft them from a single image. Photographer Troy Plata and artist Sascha Scheider demonstrated how the upcoming program works.
Did you forget your tape measure at home but need to know if that discarded futon will fit in your hatchback? If you’re an iOS user, VisualRuler can help. Simply snap a photo of an object, and the app will measure it for you.
Photographer Carol Highsmith filed a lawsuit against Getty Images on July 25, alleging “gross misuse” of more than 18,000 of her images that she had provided for free to the Library of Congress. Getty sold the images and claimed…
Updated for today's larger smartphones, Parrot 2 looks to improve upon what was already the most portable and easiest-to-use teleprompter available. Now on Kickstarter, the new version offers improved ease of use and better build quality.
Creating a photography portfolio online means deciding between quick uploads and high quality, but a new plugin for Wix optimizes photographs with a unique algorithm that detects the viewer's device, screen size, and even memory…
The MicroJib 2 and XL offer smooth control and a waterproof design, while the new Flow handle keeps your camera safe when filming in the water. All three products are waterproof, and are being offered on Kickstarter with special…
Getty Images recently shared a pair of images showing off how much gear it plans on taking to the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. As you might expect for the largest sporting event in the world, Getty isn’t packing light.
Based on feedback from customers, Leica has issued a firmware update for the compact Leica Q that offers several usability improvements, as well as new features designed to be user-friendly and give photographers more creative freedom.
Microsoft's Pix app leverages machine learning to improve the quality of your photos and videos by, for instance, taking a 10-image burst shot and selecting the best of the series. It's available for iOS.
Tired of waiting for official video support from Prisma? Take this neural network code for a spin and turn your video into a living work of art. That is, if you have a computer that can handle it and some time on your hands.