Hillary never planned on becoming a photographer—and then she was handed a camera at her first writing job and she's been writing with one hand and shooting with the other ever since. When she's not working as a writer or lifestyle photographer, she's trying to keep up with two toddlers, collecting film cameras or unplugging outdoors.
After a conspiracy theory video that was later removed made it to YouTube's trending section, the platform decided to make changes to help cue viewers in to potentially false content by adding links to related Wikipedia content.
A video of one Instagram users' feed in chronological order has created a rumor that the news feed is going back to chronological. But according to Instagram, the algorithm-based news feed isn't going anywhere.
Adobe is adding a handful of user-requested features designed to create a more efficient workflow inside XD, Illustrator, and InDesign The updates includes both updates to the user interface options and shortcut-like updates.
I'm Back is a digital back for film cameras that allows old 35mm cameras to shoot digital files -- and it's back on Kickstarter with an updated and fully funded version. The new Pro version adds a screen and corrects vignetting.
PicsArt Gold is a new subscription option for the popular photo editing app that brings ad-free edits and a giant library of assets. The enhanced app costs between $4 and $8 a month, but PicsArt says the free version isn't going anywhere.
In this week's Social Feed, Snapchat's latest test could add a long-ignored feature, the Russian bots also want your data, Facebook is patenting a self-balancing robot and Twitter pushes back on cryptocurrency scammers.
Short macro lenses often make it tricky to allow enough light to reach the subject, so this Laowa macro lens is purposely long and narrow. The odd shape and eight lens elements allow the lens to shoot at 5x life-size.
Wiretapping laws mean the police can't use a radio jammer to bring down a misbehaving drone, but officials are discussing potential legislation to change that. The bill isn't official yet -- and a similar proposal failed last year.
YouTube Studio will help creators see just how well each video is performing with new metrics and an upgraded dashboard. The new features come as YouTube pushes the new app out of beta testing for an official launch.
March 8 is International Women's Day, and Facebook is launching a new tool for female entrepreneurs while also celebrating women in history. The tool is designed to help women find an online support community.