Instagram has revised its community guidelines with stricter language regarding nudity and harassment. While the social network still prohibits them, it clarifies what can and can't be uploaded.
Fujifilm's new 16mm wide-angle prime lens is ideal for landscape, travel, and street photographers who shoot low-light, macro, and bokeh images. The lens is designed to be weather- and dust-resistant.
VideoBlocks is a subscription-based stock video service that gives unlimited access to high-quality footage. The company just opened a new marketplace where users can buy premium content, as well as contribute videos for 100-percent profit.
More connected than ever, today’s travellers require gear that’s just as smart or efficient as their mobile devices. Here are some of our new favorites.
A simple new feature from Imgur makes it fast and easy to repost an image on a blog or website. The new embed code option also properly attributes the photo to its original owner.
Among the features in the latest update to Mac OS X is a photo-management software, simply called Photos. The application replaces iPhoto and Aperture, but combines the features from both.
Photojojo, purveyor of fun photography gear, launches a new iPhone app that mimics a disposable camera. Each virtual camera roll has 27 shots that you can't preview or edit, and are automatically sent for "processing."
Ever watched a plane get assembled or repainted? Or, experienced a flight from San Francisco to Tokyo? They aren't enjoyable in real life, but these awesome time-lapse videos make the boredom of air travel actually enjoyable.
In advance of the National Park Service's 100th birthday, the NPS unveiled an interactive kiosk that connects people virtually with parks and monuments.
Slate is a new, easy-to-use iPad storytelling app from Adobe designed to help users create visually stunning websites for presentations such as newsletters, book reports, and even magazines.