The new year is here, and a new CES is as well. Once the name stood for Consumer Electronics Show. But the trade show has evolved with the tech industry it reflects; tech touches our lives in a myriad of ways today, with smart cities and cars joining smartphones at the cutting edge, and the Internet of Things (IoT) and artificial intelligence tying it all together. For 2021, CES will be an online-only event, running from January 11 to 14. And Digital Trends will (virtually) be there through it all, bringing you every Alexa-enabled device, new laptop, and digital camera, and revealing how tech shapes the way you live today.
Lensbaby Velvet 28 “With a dream-like glow, the Velvet 28 is an excellent creative tool — for the right photographer.” Dreamy soft glow Sturdy metal build 1:2 macro capabilities Unique feature set Manual focus Need to narrow the aperture to focus Not compatible with auto mode MSRP $ 550.00 If McDreamy was a lens, it […]
187 megapixels. That’s the first number that comes to mind when I’m asked about the full-frame Panasonic Lumix S1R. It isn’t the most important specification — nor is it all that useful for most photographers — but it is the most exciting. What makes this camera different from the competition, you ask? Oh sure, many […]
Today’s images are undeniably influenced by photography’s past. But in a historically male-dominated field, the women who influenced the art of photography often go unrecognized against the backdrop of the biggest, most well-known names. Yet, female photographers played a large role in the growth of the medium, from refining techniques like soft focus to publishing […]