Creative Commons isn’t so much a tool as it is a copyright framework for the sharing economy.
Photoshop is the standard tool for editing photos but it can be maddening to use because it sometimes feels like you need a PhD to even do the most basic work. Learn 30 essential Photoshop features in 60 minutes.
Google PhotoScan is a new mobile app that helps you more easily scan those old Polaroids that are sitting around in shoe boxes in a closet or tucked into photo albums.
Prisma is a photography app that turns your ordinary, everyday photos into works of art. This blog post explains how.
You don’t really need a fancy camera to capture 360 photos. All you need is the Google Street View app & patience. Here’s how.
LibreStock and PhotoPin are two search engines to help you find royalty-free Creative Commons photos for use with your content.
The Google Nik Collection photo editing software is now available for free, so if Photoshop is too pricey for you, you’ve not got a capable competitor, gratis.
Storytelling has been evolving since the cave paintings but during the last decade, the technologies have become available to create truly immersive storytelling.
This video is an extremely clever demonstration 10 basic photography composition tips based on the work of photographer Steve McCurry.
A look at the some rather innovative features and list eight reasons to love the Google Photos app.