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Will the Google Pixel 4 Be the First Phone That Shoots Astrophotography?

Will the Google Pixel 4 Be the First Phone That Shoots Astrophotography?

Hype for Google’s new flagship phone has intensified in recent weeks with photographers excited about what new technology the tech giant will be squeezing into its latest model. To add to the fervor, a leaked promo video suggests that a dedicated astrophotography mode will be incorporated.

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Google’s Pixel 3a: The Best Phone Camera for Photographers

Google's Pixel 3a: The Best Phone Camera for Photographers

While the Pixel 4 may soon be upon us, right now, the Pixel 3 and 3a series arguably represent the high-water mark for smartphone photography today through a combination of decent optics and more-than-decent artificial intelligence.

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Would You Consider a Smartphone for Your Photography

Would You Consider a Smartphone for Your Photography

If you believe the advertisements of smartphone manufacturers, the cameras of those devices are amazing and suitable for professional use. Sometimes (often?) these advertisements turn out to be fake, shot with professional DSLR cameras. But how good are those smartphone cameras really?

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These iPhone Photography Award-Winning Photos Show That Gear Isn’t Everything

These iPhone Photography Award-Winning Photos Show That Gear Isn't Everything

The 2019 iPhone Photography Awards have been run and won. And the wonderful photos that took out the awards only serve to fuel the debate about gear, technique, and vision.

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This On-Site Wedding Highlight Video Was Shot Entirely on Smartphones and Kase Mobile Lenses

This On-Site Wedding Highlight Video Was Shot Entirely on Smartphones and Kase Mobile Lenses

A wedding video team from the Philippines called Wishing Well Films released a wedding highlight video produced entirely using smartphone cameras and various Kase mobile lenses. Though the wedding was documented using mirrorless cameras by the team, they threw in the free wedding highlight video shot entirely on smartphones.

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Pedestrians Appear Frozen in This Slow-Mo Video Filmed on a Smartphone at 960 Frames per Second

Pedestrians Appear Frozen in This Slow-Mo Video Filmed on a Smartphone at 960 Frames per Second

A filmmaker in New York City recorded a video through his car window, shooting at 960 frames per second. The resulting clip makes it seem as though moving pedestrians are frozen on the spot.

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Premiere Rush, Adobe’s Social Media Focused Video Editor, Adds Essential Feature

Premiere Rush, Adobe’s Social Media Focused Video Editor, Adds Essential Feature

Adobe’s Premiere Rush app, a piece of software focused on editing shorter length, social media focused videos, has just received a major update to version 1.2. This update brings a major feature, requested by many users.

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Apple Is Allegedly Implementing Laser Technology for Their 2020 Cameras

Apple Is Allegedly Implementing Laser Technology for Their 2020 Cameras

Mobile phone cameras are progressing at breakneck speed. And just when you thought you’d heard it all, there’s word that Apple is working with something that sounds ordered by Doctor Evil in the “Austin Powers” series: smartphones with new camera technology, complete with “frickin’ laser beams” attached to them.

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The Crucial Role of the Smartphone Camera in a Photographer’s Pocket

The Crucial Role of the Smartphone Camera in a Photographer’s Pocket

Smartphones are not what they used to be. There was a time a few years back when I personally said that smartphone cameras have no place in the serious field of photography, but things have definitely changed.

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Fstoppers Reviews: The Affordable Huion HS64 Drawing Tablet

Fstoppers Reviews: The Affordable Huion HS64 Drawing Tablet

Drawing tablets have always been a necessary tool for photo retouchers but just about everyone can benefit from incorporating one into their workflow. Now the new Huion HS64 is a great affordable entry-level option.

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What One Photographer Learned by Shooting for Six Months With Only His Phone

What One Photographer Learned by Shooting for Six Months With Only His Phone

Could you hang up your fancy professional camera and lenses for half a year and shoot with nothing but your phone? This photographer did just that, and his perspective on the entire experience is quite interesting to listen to.

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Bye Bye Camera is an iOS App that Says Bye Bye to People

Bye Bye Camera is an iOS App that Says Bye Bye to People

If you’re tired of having people get in the way of a good photo, then this new iOS app called Bye Bye Camera may be for you.

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iPadOS Finally Makes iPad Worth Considering for Professionals

iPadOS Finally Makes iPad Worth Considering for Professionals

After a few compatibility and speed tests, for the first time, I will be leaving my laptop behind when I go on a seven day trip out of the country later this month. It’s all thanks to iPad’s new iPadOS, which this year will provide support for external drives and a group of other pro features we’ve been starved for since the iPad first came out.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 10 to Feature Three-Stage Variable Aperture Camera [Rumor]

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 to Feature Three-Stage Variable Aperture Camera [Rumor]

While smartphone manufacturers recently have been focused on improved computational photography to advance image quality, Samsung won’t be stopping on the hardware end.

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How to Make Your Instagram Feed More Enjoyable and Useful

How to Make Your Instagram Feed More Enjoyable and Useful

About 1 billion people use Instagram each month, that’s 1/8th of the world population. The top four countries other than the United Sates are Brazil, India, Indonesia, and Russia. That’s a huge variety of languages, cultures and perspectives, yet the most followed people on Instagram are celebrities.

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