As the cameras on our phones improve, the value of having a variety of lenses goes up too. Having a killer photo sensor is one thing. But being able to bend light in new ways adds whole new dimensions to your Instagram game.
Your Mac comes out of the box with a lot of power, but also a lot of potential. With the right apps, you can instantly up the performance and productivity of your Mac. So listen up: now is your last chance to get a bundle of 5 game-changing apps for whatever you want to pay.
These days, our phones ship with amazing cameras built in. But once the photo is taken, most people are more likely to edit it in Instagram than in Photoshop, if they edit it at all. And that’s no way to make the most of your mobile photos.
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As time goes on, the digital is becoming more and more synonymous with the visual. If you want to work in the digital space at all, it really pays to learn some graphic design or photo editing skills. So that means getting familiar with Adobe’s software.
The technology that allows for awesome experiences just keeps getting smaller and more affordable. Drones are no exception. Now it’s possible to get the feeling of flight from a device that you can hold in the palm of your hand.
It’s all too common to hear people say they wish they’d learned an instrument. Even when someone commits to learning guitar, the vast majority don’t stick with it. But we live in the digital age, and there are new ways to keep you engaged and learning.
As reality gets weirder, our ideas about the future get weirder still. The cyberpunk genre deals with ideas about what would happen when humans became enmeshed with computer networks. Now that that’s happening, the genre is asking new questions, like, what if you could hack people’s fears?