Where Did Live Photos Go in iOS 15?

For years, Apple's iPhone Live Photos has offered the coolest camera trick. With one click and no tripod, I could easily transform a body of water into a long exposure like dreamy shot, with long flowing water.

Apple Will Add Creative New Features to Photos and Camera Apps in iOS 11

Apple's big announcements of the day are mostly hardware focused—new iMacs, and that crazy powerful iMac Pro. But the Cupertino-based company also previewed the next version of its mobile operating system, iOS 11, complete with some creative and useful updates for mobile photographers.

Google Photos Can Now Stabilize Your iPhone’s Live Photos, Make GIFs

The Google Photos app wants to be a staple... for iOS photographers. Just a month after poking fun at 16GB iPhones and offering Google Photos as a storage solution, the tech giant has updated the app once again. This time, they want to make your iPhone's 'Live Photos' a lot more usable.

Tumblr’s iOS App Now Supports Apple’s Live Photos

Tumblr has just announced that it's introducing support for Live Photos, a feature Apple released earlier this year with the introduction of the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus. Live Photos lets you watch a few moments of video that are recorded immediately before and after your snapshot.

How to Have Your DSLR Shots Published to the Web Instantly While On the Go

In the video above, I'm shooting with a DSLR (a Canon 6D in this case) and everytime I snap off a shot it goes instantly to a web gallery... from the road anywhere. I got the idea while contemplating doing live video streaming for the first time this year. Not wanting to mess with another camera as I stormchase, I thought, it'd be cool to do the same thing but have the live page be for DSLR photographs.