Google's Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL have commanded the phone camera throne since launch, producing astonishingly good photos that are unsurpassed by rivals of a similar era such as the iPhone X and Samsung Galaxy Note 8. In 2018, a new challenger has appeared in the Samsung Galaxy S9+ packing an upgraded camera system in an attempt to retake the crown.
We're a few weeks into 2018, MWC is now behind us, and we're starting to get a good look at the trends in mobile technology that will dominate discussion throughout the year. Based on what we've seen from announcements, trade shows and product launches so far, here are six trends to watch in 2018.
To help you take the best photos with your phone, we've laid out ten handy tips we find ourselves using every day. From a photography enthusiast and mobile hardware reviewer, with this knowledge in hand, you'll be able to produce some awesome shots from a fairly limited though continually improving camera platform.
Photoshop's camera raw converter provides easy access to the raw image formats produced by many leading professional and mid-range digital cameras. This latest version adds support for the Canon EOS 6D Mark II, EOS 200D, Leica TL2, Nikon D7500 and Olympus Tough TG-5. Download for Windows and macOS.
The Olympus Tough TG-5 is aimed at die-hard adventurists and backpackers seeking for a camera that allows them to shoot off-limits. The TG-5 boasts of great specs with a bright f/2.0 lens, snappy burst mode at 20fps, image stabilization and 4K video.