Cameras & Photography
A good photo is part art, part science. Whether you like to manually focus and carry a slew of lenses in a Tamarac bag or go digital and let a high-tech camera do the work for you.
New Technology Revives Tarnished Daguerreotype Ghosts
How Thermal Imaging Works
What's the Difference Between Raw and JPEG Files?
How to Scrub Identifying Info From Your Digital Pics
Light-field Camera Technology: Is That Still a Thing?
How to Use a Ring Light (Even If You're Not an Influencer)
Why It's Important to Digitize Your Vintage Photos and Movies
13 Iconic Photographs That Captured the World's Imagination
Ring lights are not just for social media influencers. They're a quick and easy way to brighten up video conferences for improved image quality. Find out how to set up a ring light.
By Talon Homer
A digital photo has a wealth of info embedded in it — including date and time it was taken, location and camera used. But what if you don't want all that data falling into the wrong hands?
Have a ton of precious old movies, photos and VHS tapes sitting in boxes gathering dust? It's time to go digital and preserve those memories for future generations.
By Wendy Bowman
The images of our ancestors are locked away and disappearing on tarnished silver plates. Scientists have found a way to bring them back to life.
By Carrie Tatro
Among the millions of pictures taken every year, some capture our hearts and stand the test of time. Here are the stories behind 13 of the most iconic.
Remember the promise of digital images that you’d be able to manipulate by shifting the focus after snapping the photo? What happened to those?
That shot of your kid would be so cute if only he didn't look like Rosemary's toddler. How can you ditch the demonic in your photos once and for all?
Cloud photo storage allows you to share photos readily and safeguard them from digital disaster. In this article, we'll share tips for navigating cloud-based photo services.
A red rose, a green eye, a gold ring: Against a black-and-white background, colored objects command attention. How can you create this effect at home?
The longer a camera's shutter stays open, the more light it takes in, and photographers use that fact to create breathtaking images, capturing the beauty of motion. What are the best pro tips for creating eye-popping photos using slow shutter speed?