Using the camera app on the Google Pixel is simple, and with Night Sight on the Pixel 3 and 4 phones, so is taking photos of the stars. What's not so simple is how Google does its magic — math — so they have graciously explained how it's done.
DJI has always been a staple of the drone community, but with the Mavic Mini, the company has created the perfect drone for first-time flyers. It's one of the only drones you can fly as soon as you take it out of the box, and it's packed with smart features and presets that make it easy to shoot lively, exciting video.
Most of us have a lot of photos in Facebook, but don't actually use that platform as a long-term storage solution. That's probably a good idea considering how photos are handled on the service, and making the move to something like Google Photos instead is something to consider.
The Google Pixel 4 and Apple iPhone 11 are the leaders in low-light photography, so there's no better comparison to make than putting these phones head-to-head to see which one handles the most challenging low-light scenes better. And a 2 a.m. walk in New York is a perfect way to test them.
Discussion of Google's Pixel phones is dominated by photography. Google talks a big game about its capabilities, and backs it up with results. Here's how things have improved from the PIxel 3 to the Pixel 4.