Photographer Troy Nikolic shares eight simple tips for improving your photography. Whether you're shooting with your phone for Instagram or DSLR for a five-digit advertising campaign, these tips will help bring you back to the…
For professional sports photographers, getting up close and personal at events doesn't come without risk. Take these unlucky shooters, who found themselves in the firing line while in pursuit of that special picture, as an example.
Instagram's stealth advertising problem no longer encompasses just celebs. Consumer advocacy groups are now decrying the rise of "microinfluencers" who are posting undisclosed endorsements in violation of FTC guidelines.
Ready to kick the Facebook habit or merely looking to download a local backup of your most precious moments? Here's how to do so using the social network's built-in features and a web-based app known as Pick & Zip.
Choosing the right laptop bag is no easy feat -- after all, no one likes to second guess themselves. Here are some of the best laptop bags on the market, from backpacks to sleeves, so you can get it right the first time around.
Platforms like Amazon's CreateSpace make it possible to print and publish just one book -- a new service could offer that same capability to photographers. The Out of the Phone Project is aiming to create a web-based platform for…
Prisma's Facebook live-streaming feature was short-lived -- the social media giant has denied the app from using the API required for streaming. The artistic photo and video effects app says another platform may be possible for live…
DJI appears to have released the details on their cinema drone too quickly, and now the company has revised the specs with a lower speed. The drone will fly nearly 10 mph slower than originally anticipated, but still a speedy 58 mph.
Nigel Barker, best known for his work on 'America's Next Top Model,' teamed up with famed camera retailer Adorama on a new web series called 'Top Photographer,' and the show just selected its final winner for the season.
GoPro's rough year is being capped by a company-wide restructuring and the closure of the company's entertainment division. The company says over 200 employees will be let go next year as the company works to achieve profitability.