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'Tis the season for photos of holiday feasts, opening presents, and lots and lots of lights. Here's how to snap great-looking holiday shots with a cell phone.
Forget megapixels. A camera's soul is its sensor, and not all are created equal.
Believe it or not, it’s fairly easy to capture dramatic and vivid fireworks in a photo.
Follow these tips to put everything into focus.
Everything you need to know about getting some really nice close-up photos with almost any camera.
Though the days of grainy photos are far behind us, digital photos have a similar problem, called digital noise. Here's how to get rid of it.
Let's take a look at how to use shutter speed to capture action with your digital camera.
You can get some great photos by exploring shutter speeds from 2 seconds to 16 seconds.
Autofocus is like magic, and it's often done well even by simple, inexpensive cameras. But sometimes it's better to turn off your autofocus control and do it the old fashioned way.
No matter what kind of camera you're using, learn about the best time to shoot, the best way to light your subjects, and the best ways to capture spooky photos.
Ready to buy a digital camera? Jump right in. In this section of our digital camera buying guide, we'll cut to the chase and give you some basic tips for making a decision.
In this section of our digital camera buying guide, we'll dissect what some often-mysterious camera specs mean in the real world.
In this section of our digital camera buying guide, we'll explain the differences between the most popular types of cameras and help you pick a winner.