It’s only business: BlackBerry Motion vs. LG G6 camera shootout

The BlackBerry Motion could easily be passed by as a business phone; but that would be a shame, as it's actually a capable camera phone too. We put it up against the LG G6 to see how it performed.

The Illuminati beams light data from multiple points to the photographer

Illuminati is bringing the light meter into the 21st century with Bluetooth alerts, multi-point measurements and a number of lighting tools. The little light meter just launched outside Kickstarter for the first time.
Emerging Tech

Here’s all the best gear and gadgetry you can snag for $50 or less

With the price of tech constantly in flux, everyone is on the lookout for quality on the cheap. Whether you're looking for a fitness tracker or a means of capturing photos from above, here's the best tech under $50.

Photo FOMO: Nikon’s 3D printer, Canon’s mirrorless push, Pixel 2’s secrets

In this week's Photo FOMO, find out how Nikon's patented 3D printer plans to fix flaws, why Canon is expanding mirrorless, how Google's Pixel 2 algorithms are spreading, and what tripod can hold 143 pounds.

What’s the difference between Lightroom CC and Lightroom Classic?

Lightroom CC has evolved into a capable photo editor, but is it enough to supplant Lightroom Classic? We took each program for a test drive to compare the two versions and see which is faster, more powerful, and better organized.
Social Media

Here’s our guide on how to delete your Instagram account

Despite its outstanding popularity and photo-sharing dominance, Instagram certainly isn't for everyone. Thankfully, deleting your account is as easy as logging into the site and clicking a few buttons.

See how the Galaxy S9 Plus handles low-light against the competition

The Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus can take killer low-light photos, thanks to a f/1.5 aperture. How does it compare against the competition? We pit it against the iPhone X, Google Pixel 2 XL, Huawei Mate 10 Pro, HTC U11, and LG V30 to find a…
Social Media

What’s next for Snapchat? Patents suggest 3D models and mapping of emotions

The U.S. patent office recently published two patents by Snap, Inc. that suggest tech for creating 3D models from a smartphone and tracking emotions in a video chat. The video option would be used for customer service chats.

Using broken glass, this camera can capture any wavelength, from visible to IR

Researchers at the Nanyang Technological University just developed a camera that skips the lens and the colored filter, yet can capture infrared and ultraviolet along with visible light.

8 GoPro tips and tricks to take your footage to the next level

Want to make the most of your new GoPro Hero camera? After all, there's so much more to it than just mounting it to your bike helmet. Shoot like a professional with these simple GoPro tips and tricks.
Virtual Reality

Lenovo’s Mirage Solo headset and VR camera are available for pre-order

Lenovo officially pulled the wraps off its stand-alone VR headset supporting Google's Daydream platform. Also on the way are two Daydream-branded cameras from Lenovo and YI Technology supporting Google's new VR180 format.

Samsung wants to be the world’s top camera sensor maker

Samsung is working toward becoming the world's No. 1 maker of camera sensors, a position currently held by Sony, which means we may see more of its Isocell sensors on phones other than those made by Samsung.