A photo captures only as much as the camera in use will allow, and is therefore limited by the field of view of the camera’s lens. In the case of smartphones and many advanced cameras, the view from the lens is much smaller than the view from your own eyes.
You don't have to be an expert photographer to realize that the camera you're looking at below is a bit strange.
Toshiba is reportedly designing a specialized image sensor for smartphones and tablets.
Snapseed goes free as it lands on Android.
Projecteo is part projector and part Instagram hack.
What used to be a purse staple on a Saturday night is fast becoming an item of the past: the digital camera.
A Silicon Valley start-up known as Bubblie is hoping to redefine the way we view photographs with what it calls a "bubble" image.
Camera technology is an everyday part of life. It is affordable and it is more portable than ever. And if you haven’t already noticed, there are cameras everywhere.
A California start-up has developed a new image sensor technology that it says can improve cellphone camera performance by four times.