Set up your Apple iPad or iPad Mini as a serious video camera. The iOgrapher case is a handy tool for doing just that — and it isn’t dorky. Review.
Our Chris Miller got a hands-on look at the Geonaute 360 video camera at CES 2014. Here’s his review.
Russ Johnson packs enough tech gear into his small bag, slung to the back of a camel, to shoot a poor-man’s version of Lawrence of Arabia.
What’s the state of the CES 2014 nation? Good, blah … and overwhelmingly Chinese, says our Lamont Wood, who is reporting for aNewDomain this week from Las Vegas. Analysis.
Larry Press questions the positive and negative implications that technology can have on society. At what point should a technology be banned? How do we decide?
It’s marketing genius and just a little bit scary. We bet there will be plenty of takers on the just-announced Google essay contest –you write 50 words to convince Google to let you be in its consumer testing group, post it all over the place and you pay $1,500 if you win. Then you’re in […]
How do you handle banding photos. Trey Ratcliff and his panel share great tips and photos from recent photo walks. Also this week, Trey Ratcliff’s long exposure techniques.
Take a look at my pic below. Magnetic-attachable lenses will transform your smartphone photos. Don’t believe it? Take a gander. This is a floppy disk, fish-eye view. Photo credit: Richard Hay Whether your particular flavor of smartphone is an Apple iPhone, a Windows Phone or one running Android, I bet it has a front-facing camera […]
Well, the news is out. The Apple iPhone 5 is here and CEO Tim Cook today announced a gazillion software improvements. All iterative. Sleepy yet?
Our Erik Vlietinck reviews the Atomos Ninja2 video monitor/recorder. It turns an average video camera into a professional production system. Bottom line here.