We use cookies to provide you with a better experience. If you continue to use this site, we'll assume you're happy with this. Alternatively, click here to find out how to manage these cookies

hide cookie message

More Photo & Video Articles

  • News: Orange announces 'Cinéma Séries' TV service

    Orange will roll out a new mobile phone TV service later this year, giving customers six TV channels and video-on-demand on their TV, PC and mobile device.

  • News: Sony launches world's smallest HD camcorder

    Sony has developed what it says is the smallest high-definition video camcorder in the world. The Sony HDR-TG1 measures 32mm by 119mm by 63mm and weighs 300g.

  • News: YouTube Insight provides usage stats

    Those uploading videos to YouTube can now access usage statistics for the videos they post on the site, such as where viewers are geographically located and how they found the clips.

  • News: Adobe releases Photoshop Express as free beta

    Adobe's free web-based free version of Adobe Photoshop is now available as a beta. Photoshop Express allows users to store up to 2GB of images, make edits to their photos, and share them, all online.

  • News: Scrapblog upgrade boosts online photo-editing

    Scrapblog, a Web 2.0 startup that aims to marry the worlds of scrapbooking and blogging, has enhanced its drag-and-drop tools for editing and cropping photos.

  • News: Adobe to build Flash Player for Apple's iPhone

    Adobe is to develop a version of Flash Player for the iPhone, despite Steve Jobs stating earlier this month that Flash Player for mobile devices isn't good enough for Apple's handset.

  • News: Panasonic Lumix has touchscreen focus lock

    Panasonic will soon begin selling a compact digital still camera featuring a touchscreen display which allows users to keep a focus lock on objects in the shot by selecting the object with a finger on the 3in screen.

  • News: Sony demos flagship Alpha digital SLR

    Sony demonstrated its upcoming flagship digital-SLR camera at the Photo Imaging Expo in Tokyo today, but the company is remaining tight-lipped on details of the anticipated product.

  • News: Channel 4 shows now available on iTunes

    Channel 4 has joined the BBC in making some of its TV shows available through Apple's iTunes service in the UK.

  • How-Tos: How to repair photos using the Clone Brush

    Few of us get to know more than our nearest and dearest relatives. But if the old photos collected from long-lost cousins are anything to go by, I’m not sure this is such a bad thing.

  • How-Tos: How to repair photos using copy and paste

    Let's face it, most of us buy image-editing software to make ourselves and our photography skills look better. But we don't need to be an expert to get some decent results.

  • News: Windows Vista Ultimate: Movie Maker

    Windows Vista is nothing if not visual - you'll have noted Vista's aesthetic appeal, for instance. Particularly its stylish, translucent windows. And some of this visual panache is practical; most obviously in Windows Media Center and through the updated tools in Windows Movie Maker.

  • Samsung GX-20 digital SLR

    Samsung is set to launch a mid-range digital SLR camera. The Samsung GX-20 digital SLR (single reflex lens) camera has a 14.6Mp CMOS image sensor and a 24mm ultra-wide angle lens.

  • News: China's YouTube-killer still online, despite rumours

    It was strongly rumoured last week that the Chinese government had ordered Tudou.com, the country's top online video site, to close. However, Tudou.com has continued to operate, and news reports about its demise have disappeared from top sites.

  • News: ExpressCard version 2.0 to achieve 5Gbps

    Version 2.0 of ExpressCard is on the way, with maximum speeds doubling to 5Gbps. The upcoming standard is based on PCI Express 2.0 and USB 3.0, and is being developed by industry organisation Personal Computer Memory Card International Association (PCMCIA).

  • News: Video: Vodafone photo frame has built-in modem

    Vodafone is demonstrating a new twist on digital photo frames at the Cebit IT exhibition in Hanover. The company is showing off a digital photo frame with an in-built cellular data modem which allows it to remain constantly connected to the network so your friends and family can send new pictures by MMS or email.

  • News: YouTube to launch live video-streaming site

    YouTube has announced its plan to launch a live video-streaming site this year.

  • News: The future of HDTV revealed

    Five years ago, just about any flat-panel television could induce oohs and aahs, and high-definition was a rarity. Research firm Screen Digest predicts that by 2010 just under half of the UK's TV-watching households will have an HD-ready set but they're common enough now and the gee-whiz factor has gone. So where do HDTVs go from here?

  • News: Four reasons Blu-ray Disc will fail

    Now that the smoke is clearing, and Blu-ray has officially kicked HD DVD's proverbial butt, why am I still waiting to buy a Blu-ray player? My colleague forked out his hard-earned cash over a year ago so he could be the first on his street to own one, but today, Blu-ray players are less than half the price.

  • News: Sony shows hand-powered digital camera

    Sony has developed a hand-powered digital still camera prototype. The device is the first working concept to come from Sony Design's "odo" project that is attempting to come up with kinetically-powered devices that stimulate a child's creativity, curiosity and energy.



IDG UK Sites

3 of the best portable chargers: a solar power charger, a hand-cranked charger, and how to charge...

IDG UK Sites

iOS 8 review: Hands on with the iOS 8 beta

IDG UK Sites

Thinking robots: The philosophy of artificial intelligence and evolving technology

IDG UK Sites

Sharknado 2 VFX: how The Asylum created CG flying man-eating sharks