Selfies might be a global phenomenon second only to karaoke, but they're not the easiest to perfect. Check out our roundup of the best smartphone apps for beautifying your self portrait, so you can whiten those teeth and refine those skin…
Smartphone, smartwatch and now smart camera? A group from Georgia Tech is developing a camera that responds to certain gestures. The switch could allow for solar motion detection cameras that never need a new battery.
A startup is looking to make drone flight safer through artificial intelligence that identifies hazardous weather and even crowds of people. Flock is developing a program to help commercial drone pilots choose the safest route.
Tell the Man on the Moon to get ready for his closeup -- lightweight infrared camera technology will allow a new mini satellite to photograph the moon from up close. If the first mission is successful, Mars could be next.
If you're a regular visitor to the web version of Instagram's photo-sharing service, you'll have noticed its new Instagram Stories feature is yet to show up. A new Chrome extension, however, offers a solution.
Seems like some people just can't resist whipping out their smartphone for a quick selfie, even if they happen to be motoring along a highway at the time. A recent study into the behavior also revealed the state where most of these driver…
VSCO, the company behind the popular mobile camera app, officially unveiled Open Studio in New York City. Photographers can rent the space, which includes a permanent cyclorama wall and some lighting equipment, free of charge.
Choosing the right smartphone for an avid shutterbug can be tough. We took the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, LG G5, and HTC 10 on various photography outings to crown a winner in this three-way flagship camera shootout.
Fujifilm X-Photographer ambassador Samuel Zeller has created a growing collection of Lightroom presets designed specifically for use with Fujifilm X-series cameras. They are built on top of Fujifilm's film simulation technology.
Three years of shooting, over 100,000 frames, and six weeks of editing went into this breathtaking, two-minute time-lapse video of San Francisco. The film was shot on a Canon 5D Mark III and Sony A7S II mounted to a motion-control…