The DLSR is everywhere. You see it around the necks of tourists, against the faces of pro photographers. Since Canon introduced the Digital Rebel in 2003, the DSLR has come to dominate photography outright. That ubiquity is about to come to an end so abrupt, you might not even have time to notice it.
The construction of 432 Park, located a block south of West 57th in New York City, on the former site of the 80-year-old Drake Hotel. When the building reaches completion in mid-2014, it will stand as the tallest residential building in the western hemisphere
If you're a tablet user who likes to draw, you know that the experience offered by an iPad or other consumer-oriented tablet is pretty limited. Wacom, maker of drawing-specific digital interfaces, now has a portable and powerful solution in the Cintiq Companion. It's great at one thing, but sometimes that's just not enough.
As people find more creative uses for GoPro cameras, the device's biggest drawback—paltry battery life—becomes more and more glaring. Thankfully, there is now a device that lets you use Canon DSLR batteries to give your GoPro a whole lot of extra juice.
OK, if you are one of those weirdos who thinks GIFs are irritating and pointless, this website that lets people insert their own faces into a variety of animated scenarios will not please you. Not one bit.
Being a National Geographic photographer demands going to great lengths to capture unique shots of wild—often dangerous—animals. It's a task that sometimes requires some very custom-built gear. Luckily, there's one man whose sole job is to craft these amazing gadgets.