Imaging The handsome Sony a7R can pretty much be summed up in one word: Wow! We want one.
Jenneth Orantia You can now transform even the most average-looking snaps into works of art thanks to hundreds of photography apps.
Jenneth Orantia The old ways aren't going to cut it now that you are brandishing state-of-the-art equipment.
Jenneth Orantia compares three compact digital cameras.
Charlie White If you point the iPhone 5's camera toward the sun or bright lights, a purple halo appears around those light sources, and in some cases, purple lens flares also appear within the frame.
Imaging Canon's boffins are working on solving the problems of maintaining focus while taking video on an SLR.
Terry Lane Some beautiful examples of interchangeable lens cameras came our way this year.
David Pogue Ever since mobile phone cameras got good enough for everyday snapshots, camera sales have been dropping.
Imaging A pushbike and basic gear is all this legendary fashion snapper uses.
Terry Lane But weight - there's more. Some gear still has the goods without the bulk.
This is the digital camera Olympus should have made on day one - a true successor to the range of OM 35mm cameras.
Natalie Craig It captures images 25 times more detailed than the smartest camera on the market, representing the future of photography - and spying.
Katie Cincotta A short course can boost photographic skills, writes Katie Cincotta.
Adam Turner Compact digital cameras are stuck between a rock and a hard place, writes Adam Turner.
Full-frame cameras with more receptors aren't always best, writes Terry Lane.
Panasonic has solved the problem of auto-focus speed in a compact camera using the contrast detect method. Images are sharp with excellent contrast. Image quality, in either raw or JPEG, is gorgeous.
Terry Lane We now have two compact-ish SLR-quality digital cameras from which to choose — the Panasonic Lumix GF1 and the Olympus E-P1 and wars between brand loyalists are raging.
Terry Lane You know those scene mode settings on your digital camera? Do you ever use them? The portrait mode is supposed to give better separation between face and background.
The latest generation of cameras have all manner of colourful and mind-blowing features, from built-in projectors to smile-activated shutters and touch screens. So which one do you choose?
Terry Lane There has been a quiet clamour for a professional compact. And now we have it. Well, we have two. They are called Micro Four Thirds cameras and both Panasonic and Olympus are making them.