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You don't need a digital camera to take memorable photos of Fourth of July fireworks. Here are some tips and tricks to use with your smartphone to get better shots of those ribbons of light bursting in air.
You may Like (or un-Like) Facebook Camera, but here's why Instagram should still have a place in your heart.
59 terrific tools for getting your work done, finding great deals, planning a trip, keeping yourself entertained, and more.
The trendy Instagram app makes your photos more interesting, but instead of using its lesser Android version, try some of these great Android camera apps instead.
The free Photoshop beta unveils a fully redesigned interface and brings fun tools such as iris blur and tilt shift.
The service turns low-resolution photos into a high-quality canvas prints.
In less than a year, Instagram users had taken and shared 150 million photos, and soon more will have access, the company CEO confirmed at a tech conference this weekend.
Dolby's new HDR technology will allow you to take High Dynamic Range photos with a phone camera and save them to JPEG-HDR.
The app will automatically upload your images to a expanded cloud storage from a Mac or Windows PC or Android device, with iOS support expected soon.