As the photography editor for Digital Trends, I bring with me more than a decade of tech and lifestyle journalism experience. I have written for a variety publications that include Laptop, Men's Fitness, Computer Shopper, More, Best Life, and Men's Journal. My approach to tech is simple: Highlighting the best products that are easy to use with the most bang for your buck. On the side, I am an airline nerd who enjoys building Lego sets.
Accessories maker, Kenu, has introduced two new kid-friendly products that should make summer car trips a bit more bearable for the wee ones in the backseat. They include a car mount for tablets, and volume-limiting headphones.
Travel photographer Trey Ratcliff has embarked on a six-month journey where he plans to visit six continents. Unlike his previous travelogues, Ratcliff will have a live audience following him on Facebook.
Smartphones may be today's cameras of choice, but don't count the point-and-shoot out quite yet. The newest point-and-shoot cameras offer large sensors, tough bodies, and long lenses –- something no smartphone can touch. Here are our…
Zeiss is well known for its optics and camera lenses. It's now taking its expertise and applying it to a new series of mobile lenses. Zeiss is partnering with ExoLens, using an existing interchangeable lens bracket system.
St Giles Hotels is the latest company in the travel industry to use virtual reality in its marketing, but it's putting content creation in the hands of guests, by way of the new Samsung Galaxy Gear 360 camera.
The new EOS Rebel T6 doesn't bring anything revolutionary to Canon's budget DSLR series. While performance is on par with the previous T5, the T6 adds Wi-Fi/NFC and a shooting mode designed for food photography.
Brother has launched new printers that use cartridges that provide larger page yields and are less-expensive to buy. Targeting home officer users, the new INKvestment series includes a model that comes packaged with two years of ink.
Adobe Spark is the new name for its storytelling apps, a trio of tools for non-designers to create impactful visual content easily and quickly. In addition to iOS, Spark is available as a web-based version.