Olloclip iPhone 5c Lens Kit Arriving Next Month in Multiple Colors

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Olloclip, the company behind the popular 3-in-1 lens kit with the same name, has announced a version that’s specifically made for the iPhone 5c, coming in a variety of colors that match any of the iPhone 5c variants, including green, yellow, red, blue and white. This means that iPhone 5c owners can finally get an Olloclip […]

Samsung Galaxy S5 Camera Set to Take Center Stage

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While the Samsung Galaxy S5 won’t arrive until early 2014, we’ve already received countless details regarding what to expect from the new flagship smartphone, and one important aspect that will probably take center stage is the camera. There’s been talk of super HD displays, industrial designs with brushed aluminum or metal for the chassis, and […]

AT&T Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom Release set for November 8th

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This afternoon AT&T and Samsung officially announced the Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom smartphone with a dedicated camera lens attached will hit the carrier on November 8th, starting at just $200 on contract. Back in June Samsung announced the new Galaxy S4 Zoom, adding another option to the now growing Galaxy Camera lineup, and it has […]

Google+ Update Makes Your Photos and Videos Shine

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Today Google‘s own Vic Gundotra took the stage and announced tons of new features and changes to its social network Google+, mainly in the photography department, and sadly we didn’t get any news about Android 4.4 KitKat as rumors suggested. That aside, Google+ is getting better by the day and this morning a slew of […]

How to Edit Photos in iOS 7

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Both the iPhone and iPad are turning into excellent point-and-shoot camera killers, and Apple has kept improving the camera modules in its iOS devices with every new model, but what do you do with those photos that you took on your iPhone or iPad? You’ll probably transfer them to your computer in order to edit […]

How to Use Burst Mode in iOS 7

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If you’re at a sporting event, or even just taking photos of your grandpa blowing out the birthday candles on his cake, you usually have to be pretty quick so that you capture the moment at just the right time on your camera. DSLR cameras have a pretty fast frame rate that can shoot around […]

How to Take a Panoramic Photo in iOS 7

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They say a picture is worth a thousand words, but a panoramic photo is worth even more. Everyone loves panoramas, mostly because there’s really nothing to hate about them; they capture so much detail in one photo that you normally wouldn’t see in a regular picture, and they can accurately provide an excellent point of […]

Google+ Brings Snapseed to Online Photo Editing via Chrome

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Google recently bought Snapseed, one of our favorite photo editors, and this week added the features from Snapseed into their Google+ online photo editing interface. When Google+ bought Snapseed, some of us worried that we’d never see it again. Instead, Google maintained the app in the Apple App Store and in the Google Play Store for […]

Will Instagram Be Rolling Out Ads Within the Next Year?

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After announcing that it had hit 150 million users, Instagram also announced plans to bring advertisements to the mobile photography app at some point within the next year. The service is currently in the process of getting a handful of advertisers to climb on board and deliver ads to Instagram in the near future. Of […]

Nikon Announces New Coolpix P7800, S02 and LD-1000 Movie Light

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Nikon announced today three new pieces of camera hardware, two of which are point-and-shoot cameras. The P7800 leads the pack with its full manual controls, a 1/1.7-inch 12.2-megapixel CMOS sensor and a 7.1x 28-200mm f/2-4 lens. Nikon also announced an extremely-compact and budget S02 point-and-shoot, as well as the battery-powered LD-1000 Movie Light. Arriving later this […]

Sony QX10 and QX100 Smartphone Lenses Official

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During Sony’s press conference at IFA 2013 in Berlin, the company just made official its heavily-leaked QX10 and QX100 smartphone lenses. These lenses are a bit different than just your normal DSLR glass, as they come with NFC and WiFi built in to easily pair with your smartphone, which means it doesn’t actually attach and […]

iPhone 5S: Dual-Color, Dual LED Flash Could Capture Better Photos

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For a brighter flash with more realistic colors when images are captured in the dark, we’re learning that Apple may use two different colors for the dual LED flash on the iPhone 5S’s camera. Previously we had seen a rear camera housing for the next generation flagship iOS smartphone that suggests Apple would add a […]

How to Take Panorama Photos on a Samsung Galaxy S4

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The Samsung Galaxy S4 camera makes taking a panorama photo easy. A panorama photo stitches together a number of shots taken in succession to create one shot of a landscape or wide subject, like a huge group shot. The camera on the phone does all the work. The process of taking panorama photos on Samsung […]

How Apple’s New iPhone Camera Patent Stacks Up Against Other Camera Phones

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Though Apple had largely helped to popularize mobile phone photography thanks to the iPhone, many would argue that Apple’s camera chops are lagging behind competitors today. Though the iPhone 5′s 8-megapixel shooter does a remarkable job, it lags the marketing push behind HTC’s Ultrapixel camera on the HTC One, Nokia’s impressive PureView technologies, and Sony’s […]

Motion Blur May Be a Thing of the Past for Moto X Photographers

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Motorola’s Clear Pixel sensor technology for its rumored 10-megapixel camera on the flagship Moto X smartphone may help with low light photography while at the same time still employing a fast enough shutter speed to minimize or eliminate motion blur in photos. In a teaser on Twitter, Motorola Mobility posted a series of pictures of […]

3 Always-On Features Coming to the Moto X And What That May Mean For You

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The leaks surrounding Motorola’s hotly anticipated Moto X flagship continue to make waves, and now we’re learning of three new features that will be introduced with the smartphone, including new always-on voice commands, intuitive notifications, and gestures to quickly launch and activate the camera for mobile photographers. The Moto X is expected to debut in […]