Selfies. First, they were dubbed as narcissistic by many, and while that may have been true at the time, selfies have evolved beyond just narcissistic photos of yourself. Now, they’re an excellent way to capture memories with a group of friends and family at events and on trips. The cameras themselves have evolved in quality,
Google’s #Snapseed app for #Android is one of the highly rated photo editing applications on the platform. What makes it even better is the fact that it comes directly from #Google, which means the team behind it knows exactly what the Android users want. The application has now received a new update, which finally brings
#Samsung has come a long way in the camera optics department and has made some serious inroads as is evident from the sensors we saw on the #GalaxyS6 and the #GalaxyS6edge. A new report is now claiming that the company is preparing to develop a new dual-camera module before the end of 2014, possibly to test
My wife is a food blogger, and when going somewhere with the intention of taking pictures, she packs her DSLT. Unfortunately, there are occasions when a photo opportunity comes up, and she does not have a dedicated camera. Needless to say, a DSLT is a bulky device and she simply cannot bring it anywhere, everyday. What
A new app from Sony Digital Network Applications, Inc. called motiongraph offers to help users create unique images. The image, which Sony calls a motiongraph, shows a photograph which has a particular area moving like a video. There are three steps in creating a motiongraph. First is to shoot a video that is around 2
While at CES waiting for someone with either the PR company for Tiffen, or someone from the company to step up since Anya never showed up or call/text/email to let me know she was running late, we went right to Vanguard to demo and find out more about their products. We where able to sit
Ever think to yourself while leafing through a magazine “hey I’ve taken photos like that before, why can’t I be getting paid for this?” That’s actually a very good question. More and more news programs are using pictures taken by the public. Even governments are looking for your help, the Vancouver riots as a prime example.