The year 2014 is on its way out, and although the calendar is ready to move on to 2015, this year's crop of cameras is just beginning to make its mark. After Christmas, millions of brand new cameras will be in the hands of eager photographers, ready to usher literally billions of new images into the world. But a select few cameras will be taking the lion's share of these images, due to their especially good quality, reputation and value. Here, we take a look at the top-selling cameras of 2014! [More]
When going out for the night with a group of friends, what can you expect to see on social media? Selfies. Most selfies are done with smartphone cameras at arm's length or pointed at a mirror, resulting in grainy, distorted and generally poorly-exposed shots. But the real selfie connoisseur knows that high-quality selfies are possible... you just need the right equipment! Here are some cameras that are selfie-ready with screens that flip 180°, most of which are also Wi-Fi enabled so you can upload your pictures immediately to social networking websites. Plus, we've included some handy gadgets to help you get the best selfies possible. [More]
Do you have a photographer in your life? Here are some great gift ideas! With the holidays fast approaching, now is the time to get that perfect gift for a price that won't break your budget. [More]
For many of us, winter will be here before you know it, and so will a heaping helping of snow and ice. Most cameras aren't built to take on the frigid conditions, which leaves us with few photographic memories of our winter activities. Thankfully, there are plenty of cameras that can stand up to the cold and take great pictures, too! Plus, these tough cameras are great in all seasons, making them ideal for ski slopes, muddy trails, waterparks, beaches... anywhere your adventures take you! [More]
Halloween is once again right around the corner, and with all the ghosts and goblins prowling the streets, there's no better time to fire up that camera and capture some spooky scenes. Whether you're simply taking family photos or immortalizing a professionally-produced haunted house, All Hallows' Eve is a great opportunity to practice with low light situations, dramatic lighting and creative composition. Here are a few tips and techniques to help you get the best (and creepiest) pictures possible this Halloween!