Getty Images Streams lets you browse their extensive catalog of images – and download and save ones that are applicable to what you’re working on.
A Pittsburgh-area school district says the state attorney general is investigating online posts of “inappropriate photos and comments about female students.”
Vemory automatically scans your digital photos, putting together the best ones.
By Adam W. Bloom Perhaps one of the greatest side notes from sports is those fantastic moments of time that are captured in photography. Moments where you see athletes flying through the air in positions […]
Picto Slots lets you set up a slot machine on your phone, using photos of your friends, your family or your pets in the character slots.
But 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan finds there are some things you need to know before you jump into digital document storage.
The Shutter app can help you free up space on your phone, automatically syncing your photos with unlimited cloud storage.
Some of the scary rumors you have heard about the Facebook Messenger app may not be as true as you were led to believe.
Halftone 2 lets you turn your photo album into a comic book.
A photograph that looks totally fine could reveal a potentially deadly cancer. It’s a tiny white spot in the eye, that most people wouldn’t even notice.
Some of the most dramatic pictures are the ones that blend color and black and white. Color Splash lets you easily achieve this effect on your phone’s camera.
Whether you’re sick of scrolling through dozens of baby snaps or griping over gratuitous fitness posts, a robot from a Philly company can help.
In celebration of its 25th anniversary, Philadelphia non-profit Project Home launched a video and photo exhibit that highlights experiences and life altering events of homeless veterans.
There’s only one rule to keep in mind when traveling: If you don’t take photos, it didn’t happen. (That, and don’t drink the tap water.)
If you’ve ever looked at a photo of yourself online and cringed, you might not be surprised by a new study that suggests “selfies” are contributing to an increase in the number of people seeking plastic surgery.