The Asus ZenFone 6 features an innovative swivel camera, but the superior performance and battery life is the real appeal.
The Canon EOS Rebel SL2 is a solid entry-level choice for photographers who want an ultracompact DSLR that's easy to use.
The latest version of Photoshop Elements doesn't have a lot of new features, but new users and anyone with an older version of the app will appreciate the changes that are there.
The cloud-based Adobe Lightroom is a powerful photo editing app that lets you work on all your full-resolution images on all your devices.
Get the Canon EOS Rebel SL3 if you want a basic DSLR that’s small, lightweight, easy to use, takes good pictures, and has great battery life.
This camera takes both 360- and 180-degree stereoscopic photos and videos, but it’s a little finicky.
If you value both speed and portability — along with image quality — the Sony a6000 is your best choice among the latest mirrorless cameras.
Balancing creativity, ease of use and performance is a trade-off, but HitFilm remains an inspired software package brimming with features, and paired with a dynamic website offering an abundance of fun, funky training videos.
The Galaxy S10 Plus is one of the best phones money can buy, with fast performance, an ultrasonic fingerprint sensor, improved cameras and extra-long battery life.
The latest version of this free video editor for enthusiasts integrates visual effects and motion graphics.
The HP Sprocket Photo Printer (2nd Edition) is a compact photo printer that fits into a pocket, but the fun part of photo printing is held back by major color issues.
With a focal range from 24 to 3,000mm, the Nikon P1000 lets you get really, really close to the action.
Functional and easy to use, the Rylo 360 is an ideal choice for people looking to step up from a GoPro to capture 360-degree action sports.
The Acer Holo360 combines an Android smart device with a full-featured 360-degree camera for direct uploading to social media platforms.
Snapfish's photo-book software might have some nice content and functionality, but its physical photo book doesn't measure up.
Picaboo's photo-book software was creative, fun and flexible, but the printed book wasn't of the same quality.
Formerly our favorite photo book vendor, this year Mixbook met some tough competition from AdoramaPix and Shutterfly.
The Motif extension for Apple Photos is limited, but that's what makes it easy to use. Our Motif photo book had OK photos but coarse book production.
Artifact Uprising's photo books are expensive but gorgeous, with fabric covers, foil hand-embossed titles and heavy, archival-quality pages. Unfortunately, we found that the software hamstrings creativity, and photo reproduction was unsatisfactory.
AdoramaPix's photo book was expensive, but its quality was the best of the services we tested. The easy-to-use software offered a nice combination of creative options, precision and professional styling.
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