Lensical is a nifty iOS app that can take "normal" photos and do totally bizarre and sometimes disturbing things with them. We totally dig it. Here's why.
Google isn't necessarily calling you a bad videographer. It's just offering up a few futuristic tools to help make your videos a bit more, well, watchable.
If you've ever looked at a photograph of yourself and thought that you'd look great as an artist's charcoal rendering -- or maybe just wanted to remove a blemish here and there, or find out what you might look like as a cartoon character -- then you might be interested in a little app called Repix.
If you think your 120-fps camera is the fast, you're wrong.
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Nikon predicts a future where cameras can sense the ambience of the moment, ‘read emotions’ and automatically change settings such as colours and tones to reflect factors like temperature and lightingNikon predicts a future where cameras can sense the ambience of the moment and change settings such as colours and tones
Check out our sample images taken with the new Fujinon XF 16-55mm f/2.8 R LM WR, the long-awaited fast-aperture zoom lens for X-series camerasA selection of sample images taken with the long-awaited Fujinon XF 16-55mm f/2.8 R LM WR
It’s still possible to get unpolluted views of the night sky in the UK. In our essential guide to astrophotography, Andrew Whyte reveals how to capture the heavens at their bestStar trails with the ruin of a priory in the foregroundIt’s still possible to get unpolluted views of the night sky in the UK. Andrew Whyte reveals how to capture the heavens at their best
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