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Wayne MacPhail | We now have the capacity to deliver photo essays to mobile devices that have a resolution that rivals the finest publications. But they depend on one thing for their success -- powerful images.
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Wayne MacPhail | The year was 1888 and the Kodak Camera was born. Now 128 years later, it is instructive to consider that photographic device, and its progeny.
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Wayne MacPhail | One of the great mistakes of using a smartphone for video or stills is to treat it like a point-and-shoot camera. Wayne MacPhail is here with a few tips to get your results to shine.
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Wayne MacPhail | Selfies capture an odd behaviour -- having a camera in hand and using it as a mirror, not a window on the world. Treating it, as it were, as "an eye for an I."
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Wayne MacPhail | In recent weeks, new smartphones from a variety of manufacturers have sported improved cameras. To make the most of them, here are five tips for taking better pictures with that phone in your hand.
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Wayne MacPhail | The frozen moment is a centuries-old illusion, or even as old as vision itself. Why? Because today's camera sensors work like our own eye/brain partnership when it comes to making sense of the world.
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Eric Mang | More evidence on how CCTVs are merely symbolic and do very little other than chip away at privacy and civil liberties.