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We tried out 4 phone lenses that let you take photos that aren’t possible with your stock iPhone camera — take a look

Moment, a mobile photography company, has a line of lenses designed to be used on your mobile phone, which give you photo options that aren't possible on your stock phone camera.

Two photos of Tiger Woods taken 16 years apart show how much smartphones have changed the world

Tiger's career has been so long that there was actually a time where there wasn't a sea of smartphones every time he took a shot.

A National Geographic photographer’s new book shows how stunning animals in the Arctic and Antarctic really are

Paul Nicklen has captured the stark beauty of the Arctic and Antarctic as a photographer for years. In his new book, "Born to Ice," Nicklen showcases photos that he says convey the surreal beauty and magic of these extraordinary and endangered ecosystems.

We tested portrait mode on three of the top smartphones in the world, and there’s a clear winner

The iPhone 8 Plus, Pixel 2, and Galaxy S9 all have excellent cameras. But when it comes to a more specialized feature like portrait mode, each phone works differently — so we put the three phones to the test to see which one is the best.
Sally Bibawy, left, and Matthias Fiegl, right, are two co-founders of Lomography — a company dedicated to selling analog photo products in a digital age

How a group of students turned their discovery of a cheaply-made Soviet camera into a photography style and international business

What started as a niche movement between friends who found a unique, cheaply-made Soviet camera morphed into a photography style and an international brand: Lomography.
The sunshine of my love.

Google’s incredible Pixel 2 has the best camera I’ve ever used on a smartphone — these photos are proof

No matter what the lighting situation, or how quickly the photo is snapped, Google's Pixel 2 smartphone camera captures incredibly vibrant, sharp photographs.
Apollo 11 astronauts took this photo of Earth on July 20, 1969.

27 of the most iconic, jaw-dropping photos of the Earth and the moon from space

Satellites and space probes have a unique way of putting humanity in its place: by turning a lens on planet Earth and its pockmarked moon. We all live on a tiny rock that's hopelessly lost in the cosmic void.
There's a lot more to North Korea than Kim Jong Un.

A photographer visited North Korea 6 times to see what life is really like — here’s what he saw

French photographer Eric Lafforgue has been to North Korea six times, taking incredible photos along the way.
A Manhattanhenge sunset in 2010.

A strange, beautiful ‘Manhattanhenge’ sunset will happen in New York City today and tomorrow

Twice each summer, the sun, Earth, streets, and skyscrapers align to create a spectacle of light called Manhattanhenge. On those nights, the sunset dips perfectly between buildings in the New York City borough of Manhattan. That will happenson July 12 and 13, 2018.
The landscape is surreal.

Afghanistan has an unbelievably beautiful hidden region untouched by war — here’s what it looks like

While much of Afghanistan has been roiled by near constant war since the American invasion in 2001, there are parts of the country that are still untouched by war. Frederic Lagrange traveled to one to meet people living on the edge and see the beautiful landscape.