In the world before social media, Pinterest, and Instagram, there weren’t that many ways to discover new content on the Internet outside of Google. Sure, you could always head over to Reddit or, for those who remember, Digg, but they were more akin to rambling forums than the focused, curated content we are used to […]
It seems like adding the word “selfie” to your list of specialities can only help you sell kit in this social media obsessed world. Then again, smartphone photography is no joke and even some of the more competitively priced headsets are starting to boast some really respectable specs. Take the new LG V35 ThinQ smartphone, […]
Equipment tragedies – they happen to us all. And, as you can imagine, photographing things for NASA can get a little dicey, especially when you’re working around rockets and the like as one photographer for the National Aeronautical and Space Administration found out while capturing a launch for his employer. Spectacular shots were taken all […]
There is broad-based support among the general populace for regulating drones for reasons from safety to privacy. That is why one of the few proposals that government officials and drone pilots can agree on, licensing, might be the most pragmatic route to take in addressing the issue.
By lacing together the 12.5-second-exposure photos taken by the ESA’s Rosetta spacecraft, a Twitter user has created a short video of a comet’s surface.
In a major update for its flying autonomous camera drone, the Skydio R1 receives four new cinematic modes, including a car following mode that allows the drone to track the movement of a car on the ground and trail it.