The open-source, medium-format camera system Phase One is impressive, but the latest high-end Schneider Kreuznach Blue Ring zoom lenses make things even better, with their high-speed flash sync and new focus calibration.
A newly published Snapchat patent shows technology that uses image recognition technology to serve ads based on objects that were within the snap. The firm may be hoping for a major revenue boost from this technology.
Located in the heart of New York's Flatiron District, Fujifilm's new Wonder Photo Shop seeks to inspire a "photo renaissance." The company's first retail space in the U.S. will offer hands-on access to key products, events, and workshops.
Snapchat has quietly rolled out a “suggest” function that lets you recommend accounts to your friends, allowing you to easily share their details with your followers in the process. It applies to every single profile on the app.
For DigitalRev's latest “Pro Photographer, Cheap Camera” challenge, photographer Matt Usher is given an old Nikon CoolPix 995 and asked to capture the best possible images he can. The results are astounding.
With an updated processor and larger screen, the iPhone 6 is bigger and better than any Apple smartphone before it. Check out some of our favorite accessories for the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, whether you're in the market for top-notch sound or…
As the Republican National Convention gets underway, some photojournalists are choosing to take extra precautions when it comes to safety. Flack jackets and gas masks are joining the gear list alongside cameras and lenses.
Dubdub is the latest in short-video editing apps that allows users to create 90-second videos quickly and simply. With a built-in library of music and the option to synchronize the video to the music, this free app has a lot of…
YouTube Channel Muse Storytelling has curated a list of 10 tools that can save your life on a video shoot. From utility knives to Gaff tape, the video covers a collection of tools that will inevitably be of use to you while…
Airplane maker Airbus has started testing the use of drones to complete the final stages of its aircraft inspection. By using autonomous drones, the company is able to cut down inspection time from two hours to 10 minutes.