The Huawei P20 Pro has one of the best cameras we've seen on a smartphone, and there are plenty of features to learn and experiment with. We've taken the five most exciting and put together some tips on how to use them.
Ready to experiment with lights, or pre-visualize a shoot? Photo Studio AR is an augmented reality app, from a developer with both Hollywood and Snapchat experience, that allows users to place models, lights, and props into a scene.
Meet the Canon Ivy Mini Photo Printer, a 2 x 3 photo printer with a compact design from cartridge-free printing. The printer uses Zink paper with embedded ink crystals, while an app tosses in editing tools like AR face filters.
Capture One 11.1 speeds up workflow when using styles or presets, Phase One says. The update enhances a handful of tools while expanding camera support to eleven new models and another ten lenses. The update is available April 19.
That old and broken camera could be worth as much as $100. The GoPro Trade-Up recycles old cameras for a $50 to $100 discount on a new flagship GoPro. Unlike earlier programs, the camera can be from any brand.
The organization behind the JPEG is aiming to create faster streaming without sacrificing quality. JPEG XS is a new file format that offers faster -- but not more -- compression for better live-streams.
The creative opportunities available when taking black-and-white photos may surprise you. We received some great tips from a professional photographer on how to make great monochrome images even more striking while using the Huawei P20 Pro.
The latest Epson WorkForce Pro uses a smaller design and smaller ink tanks -- but the ET-8700 still ships with enough ink to last the average small business two years. The all-in-one printer uses Epson's cartridge-free ink design.
A federal judge has again dismissed Facebook's request to throw out a lawsuit that claims the social network's suggested photo tags tool breaks an Illinois law that prevents storing biometric data without consent.