Hockey fans can now watch the game from the referee's perspective thanks to a new partnership with a 360-camera manufacturer. The American Hockey League's Tuscan Roadrunners will share 360 footage throughout the season.
The photography competition that features details too tiny to see with the naked eye has announced its 2016 winners, which feature a stunning collection of microphotography shots, from the scientific to the artistic.
BeFunky's new iOS app applies artistic effects to both photos and HD videos in real time thanks to the company's patented Art Engine. Simply swipe left or right to cycle through effects, and each loads instantly.
Photographers, write your name on your gear. Leon Hambree's camera was stolen from his bag while serving in Vietnam. Nearly 50 years later, a stranger gave it back to him, thanks in part to an engraving on the side.
Yahoo-owned photo sharing network Flickr has released a minor redesign, including a new responsive layout, an updated preview feature, and an improved notification system, which includes the long-awaited group notifications.
Shooting 360-degree shots without stitching is becoming closer to reality. The latest lens from Entaniya captures a 250-degree perspective, which is enough to create VR-like shots if you leave out some of the ground.
MS Optics, a one-man operation that makes small, limited-run lenses for Leica M-mount cameras, has unveiled the Apoqualia-G 28mm f/2. At less than 10mm in length, it's smaller than two camera body caps stacked on top of one another.
Leica is bringing back the a vintage lens with the new Summaron-M 28mm f/5.6, a remake of the original screw mount version. The new lens keeps the same optical formula, bringing it's characteristic analog looks to the digital age.
Canon has introduced a trio of high-end inkjet papers designed for professional photographers and digital image makers. Each paper is 100 percent cotton, acid-free, and ready for museum and archival work.