On a recent flight from the U.S. to Budapest, Hungary, photographer Ian Norman and his girlfriend attempted to do something incredibly challenging -- capture beautiful night sky imagery from the window of the jetliner.
Researchers at MIT and the University of Georgia have developed a program that uses your smartphone's front-facing camera to track eye movement. By the end of the year, the team hopes to have it ready for commercial purposes.
High-speed sync allows photographers to shoot with a flash at high shutter speeds, perfect for outdoor portraits or any time you need flash and a fast shutter. Photographer Manuel Ortiz provides a simple demonstration of how it…
Two friends, one blind, the other armless, have planted over 10,000 trees in China to combat environmental destruction. GoPro set out to tell their incredible story, in a very different video than the action camera maker is known…
Some nifty new features are on their way to Facebook Live in the next few months, among them the ability to add another person to a broadcast, and, in a swipe at Snapchat, the chance to have fun with some wacky face filters.
With a recent firmware update, Metabones brings Sony's "native" autofocus modes to its Canon EF to E mount Smart Adapters and Speed Boosters. While many issues persist, it's now easier than ever to use Canon glass on a Sony camera.
Photography and Videography share many things in common, one such commonality is generally accepted rules for composition. This quick video goes over the important rules of composition that apply to video.
Need more video effects? Filmora just released an update for the editing app and desktop software -- and it includes a new special effects store with options from themed packs to individual filters and special effects.
Sony continues to dominate the mirrorless camera scene with its latest flagship APS-C camera, the a6300. With image quality improvements across the board, it is a capable machine even when pitted against Sony's own full-frame cameras.
Sure, you could use the tech developed by NASA to take photographs of Mars for scientific applications, but wouldn't it be more fun to shoot a luxury car with it? Bentley just unveiled a 53 billion pixel for an ad -- and it's pretty cool.