Will this SD card work in my camera? Good question. This post helps you sort out all the terminology and buy the best memory card for your phone, camera, or other device.
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Smartphone photography is constantly growing and growing. Here are a few tips you can use on taking your images from “good” to “great”.
Looking to buy a DSLR camera? Look no further! Here’s our detailed guide that’s guaranteed to help you get the best bang for your buck!
This week and this week only, the Apple iTunes App Store is offering a FREE download of the ProCam 2 Camera App (a savings of over $5.00) – available on the iOS platform for both iPhone and iPad.
Time lapses are very enjoyable to watch. They are pretty hard to do though, right? Think again – time to make your own Time Lapse with our detailed guide.
Instagram improved its photo editing features, and allows you to achieve better results for photos. Here’s a look at the new options and how to use them.
You can now download those fabulous works of art in high resolution from the Metorpolitan Museum in New York City and use it as wallpapers on your computer.
TinyPNG is a simple way to make your PNG files smaller, so you can use them on your website and save space, as well as bandwidth. Here’s how to use it.
Today Getty Images launched a new feature on its flagship site — GettyImages.com which allows free access to millions of its photos via embed code.
For those of you looking to do something easy, yet incredibly creative with their images, here’s a quick Photo-in-Photo effect tutorial. It works with new, as well as old versions of Photoshop and takes just a few minutes.
Tired of badly distorted photographs? Lens corrections in Lightroom and Photoshop can help you deal with this problem once and for all, here’s how.
Google+ has added a series of advanced photo editing tools, which you can use to get some great results. Here’s how to use these new featured tools.
Part two in our series — Ultimate guide for removing backgrounds from photos with Adobe Photoshop — Advanced Techniques
So you want to take great High Dynamic Rang (HDR) photos with your Android smartphone, but aren’t a pro. Give the Pro HDR app a shot and make magic.