Making a photo book doesn't have to be a chore. Here are simple, step-by-step instructions for using our top service, Mixbook.
From exploring the far-flung reaches of space to taking a tour of Rome, here are the best 360-degree videos YouTube has to offer.
We put Huawei's triple-camera marvel up against the two best phones for photography out there: the Pixel 2 and iPhone X.
Want to give your photos a distinctive look? These photo collage apps can add some presentation flair.
For an advanced bridge camera, the Canon PowerShot G1 X Mark III has a gentle learning curve but provides plenty of power for expanding your skills and creativity. Still, it could have more extras for the high price.
Super slow-motion video at 960 frames-per-second is popping up on more flagship phones, but regular slow motion is more versatile (and reliable).
The TS9120 delivers excellent performance, high image quality and CD/DVD disc printing capabilities, with average ink costs.
The Google Lens tool for identifying objects and providing info via your phone's camera is now on iOS. Here's how to get started.
In a head-to-head-to-head shootout with the Apple iPhone X and Samsung Galaxy S9+, the Google Pixel 2 XL took over the top spot as our favorite smartphone camera. Here’s why.
If you're longing for a brand-new 35mm-film camera, you'll have to choose from this dwindling list of manufacturers.
Based on our early testing, the new camera in the Galaxy S9+ performs very well in low light, but there's room for improvement.
We put the Pixel 2 XL and Galaxy Note head to head to find out which Android heavyweight better justifies its steep price tag.
The Kodak Mini photo printer delivers better-than-average prints, a lower-than-average price and a decent collection of features. If you want a mobile photo printer, this is one of the best.
Samsung says the Galaxy S9 will feature a "reimagined" camera. Here are five areas where the current S8 camera could improve now that the iPhone X and Pixel 2 lead the way for smartphone cameras.
This Fujifilm mirrorless model produces fantastic photos, but there's a bit of a learning curve, and video feels like an afterthought.
Want to get the most out of your Canon SL2? Here are some simple tips for shooting better in a variety of situations.
Google's app can match your face to a work of art, but it's not available everywhere yet. Here's how to use it.
This slim 360-degree camera is a cinch to use, but it's expensive for what it offers. By Mike Prospero
Apple Photo combines a great price with one of the highest-quality printed calendars available, but it offers little in the way of customization.
Nikon's DSLRs use two sensor sizes: FX and DX. The focal length of your lens depends on which type of camera you attach it to.
The Kodak Printomatic camera produces both digital and physical photos, but the results for both are merely average.
Apple's photo book service produced a great book at a very competitive price, but your creative options are limited.
The quality of Nations Photo Lab's physical book was poor, photo reproduction was uneven and the software is limited.
Get the most out of your Nikon D7500 in any situation with this guide to its features, controls and capabilities.
If it's been two years since you last bought an iPhone, now's the time to trade in that aging iPhone 6s Plus for a newer dual-lens model. Our comparison shows exactly what camera improvements you stand to gain.
GotPrint's software isn't as intuitive or as fun to use as Mixbook's. But it produced a high-quality postcard, and the price can't be beat.
Picaboo's postcard-project software is a close rival to Mixbook's in terms of flexibility, creativity and intelligence. If only Picaboo's print and photo quality were better.