I love just about everything about the Galaxy S21 from the screen to the battery to the Bluetooth, but there's one tiny little detail that's kept me running back to the Pixel 4a: taking photos for work. I've taken all of my article photos with phones for years now, and the S21 is the first phone in a long time where it simply doesn't cut it.
The OnePlus 9 Pro is a stellar new phone with Hasselblad-backed cameras, but how much is that branding actually worth in the real world? We pitted the 9 Pro against its predecessor, the OnePlus 8 Pro, along with other popular options including the Pixel 5 and Galaxy S21 Ultra.
Samsung's Galaxy Ultra devices are all about offering the most powerful, versatile cameras in the smartphone world. So what happens when we pit them against each other? It might not be as clear cut as you'd expect.
Geolocation data can be helpful for recalling where you took a photo, but not everyone seeing that image will need that information. Here's how to easily remove GPS location data before sharing a photo you've taken, and give yourself some peace of mind.
Director's View is a new shooting mode on the Galaxy S21 series that gives you a view of each camera as you're filming, allowing you to dynamically switch between lenses and even show multiple perspectives at the same time.
Space Zoom is alive and well on the Galaxy S21 series, and Zoom Lock is a great new feature that significantly improves stabilization while shooting handheld through a combination of image stabilization and AI analysis.
The Galaxy S21 has ultra-smooth video and can even shoot in 8K resolution, but a gimbal is still the best way to get the smoothest possible video with your phone. Grab the best gimbal for your top-dollar phone!
Google Photos is one of the best free services on the internet, allowing you to backup all of your photos and videos for free. But you can still run into local storage issues if you're not deleting your photos from your phone after you back them up.
Smartphone photography has made incredible advancements this year, but one of the things still holding many phones' cameras back is sensor size. The Pixel in particular has begun to lose the lead it once enjoyed in the imaging department, and a bigger sensor next year could help it reclaim its title.