iPhones may not be very good at photographing lunar eclipses, but apparently they’re just fine for television news broadcasts. A local TV news station in Switzerland has ditched standard TV cameras to go 100% iPhone. Swiss newspaper Le Temps reports that the TV station Léman Bleu made the major switch this past summer when it… Read more »

Personal videos have long been an integral part of our lives, allowing us to share and cherish memories with our friends and family. Apple’s recent release of the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s+ have introduced ultra high-definition 4K video recording to a massive new audience. With such a powerful device, you may want to tweak… Read more »

Tsuneko Sasamoto is a renowned Japanese photographer who is considered to be her country’s first female photojournalist, documenting pre- and post-war Japan since becoming a professional shooter at the age of 25. Sasamoto also has the distinction of being one of the oldest photographers on Earth: she just turned 101 years old in September, and… Read more »

Have you bought or built a Google Cardboard yet for experiencing virtual reality with your phone? If so, there’s a new major app that’s now compatible. Version 2.0 of Google’s Street View app has added Google Cardboard support for viewing Photospheres. The update comes about a month after the launch of the first version of… Read more »

This simple photo is a fascinating portrait of what smartphone cameras have done to our culture. A single woman is seen enjoying the moment with just her eyes while a sea of smartphone cameras surrounds her. The photo has been going viral over the past week, and this lady is now an Internet sensation.  … Read more »