What if we told you that you could take some killer long-exposure images on your dedicated camera with just your phone? No graduated filters or filters of any kind would be necessary. Would you believe us?
Paying for every photo makes you pause before hitting that button -- or that is the idea behind a new iOS photo app anyways. Fotr sells rolls of digital film effects, then prints every shot, whether it is a good photo or not.
The iOS 10.1 beta is out in the wild, and iPhone 7 Plus owners can get their first stab at the new Portrait mode. While it may not stack up to a "real" camera in a side-by-side comparison, the effect is actually quite good.
Neural Photo Editor is an experimental piece of retouching software from researchers at the University of Edinburgh that uses neural networks to act like Photoshop on steroids, applying major changes to a photo in mere seconds.
Blending a post-apocalyptic, fictional narrative with a documentary ski film, ‘Ruin and Rose’ is a stunning, high-tech, cinematic experience that spans the deserts of Namibia to the mountains of Alaska.
It's getting harder to tell your various social media networks apart. And now that Facebook is engaging in new efforts to make your profile picture look more like a Snap photo or a Vine video, it's only becoming more confusing.
Real-Time ID Check is a new security feature that makes use of Microsoft Cognitive Services in order to keep both riders and drivers safe. On Friday, Uber announced that this feature would be expanded to cities across the U.S.