DxOMark’s night and wide-angle camera tests push today’s smartphones to their limits
Sure, you could take Apple’s word for it that the new iPhone’s cameras are amazing — or you could let some obsessive pixel-peepers perform some (mostly) objective tests and really get in
Moment lenses — the DSLR killer?
I travel with a Canon DSLR and two primes, a 35mm f1.4 and an 85mm f1.2 (endearingly nicknamed, “the fat kid”). Switching lenses is cumbersome and not ideal in certain environments, like a
Lume Cube is back on Kickstarter with a smartphone-friendly light source
When Lume Cube first crashed into the world's consciousness, they did so with an $80 smartphone-controlled, waterproof light aimed at the GoPro-loving extreme sports market. Today, the company launche
Bylined crowdsources product photos for brands
A startup from Columbus called BYLINED is aiming to make it a bit easier for brands and people to come together in a win/win situation resulting in more unique photography. Through their free app a