Meet Kate Kristopher, the star of Image's highly anticipated comic Shutter #1, an ex-explorer who gets pulled into an adventure where she's less worried about demons and ninjas than her family's secret. Plus the new Ultimates, Samurai Jacqueline, and more!
A blink goes by in just 1/10 of a second. What could have happened in this sub-moment that you missed? For this week's Shooting Challenge, show us what occurred in the 100 milliseconds that our eyes were closed.
This is a really great trick. It seems obvious, but I never thought about it: You can use the volume up button on your headphones cable or Bluetooth headset to snap a picture with your iPhone.
It's official: U.S. audiences decided not to let in Let Me In. The U.S. remake of the Swedish vampire classic crashed and burned. But most other domestic horror remakes have been critical or box-office failures. Check out our damning statistics.
What's wrong with that video from last night? Things seems a bit skewed, distorted, and wiggly-jiggly. No, I'm not focused on that redhead in the tiny pink shirt, I'm talking about a fixable issue with CMOS-based video cameras.
According to reporter Nobuyuki Hayashi, the camera of the iPhone 3G sold in Japan will make a shutter sound every time you take a photo, even if you put the telephone in silent mode. The reason: all those pervs taking photos up the skirts of unsuspected women in public places.
Shutter, a horror flick opening next week, is a purely supernatural tale about spirit photography (taking pictures of ghosts). But it turns out the Shutter viral marketing crew is trying to suck in the sciencey/gadget geek crowd with a stealth media campaign: Fox reps are urging journalists to write about the…
Want to get great pictures of lightning without sitting outside all night? Check out this DIY lightning activated camera shutter trigger. It works by detecting really fast changes in light—which is either a lightning flash or your 2-year-old going nuts with the light switch—and triggers the camera shutter. The result…
A research team at Mitsubishi has developed a new type of digital camera shutter that will do a significantly better job at stopping motion and deblurring images. It works exactly how its odd name describes, the shutter flutters. With a traditional exposure, the shutter will open during the duration of the shot. The…