photography

April 30, 2015
By Sandra Jontz
Before and after illustration of Lockheed Martin's GeoMI software to piece together a number of aerial photographs into one image. Without the software, the images fail to line up seamlessly.

Imagery captured from unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) can be up to 10 times less expensive than from manned aircraft or satellites, prompting government agencies and private farmers alike to investigate using the economical method to scan miles and miles, from power lines for infrastructure maintenance to railroads for servicing or acres of farmland for precision agriculture.

August 14, 2012
By Rachel Eisenhower

You don't need a professional camera to snap and share high-quality photos with family and friends thanks to the free Camera Awesome app for iOS, which ranks as the number one photography app in 55 countries. The program, developed by SmugMug, gives iPhone users more control over the phone's camera and offers a series of filters and processing tools. It shoots faster to produce sharper, better-exposed images. Simply snap photos, apply hundreds of professional effects, filters and borders, and share the shots through Facebook, Twitter, email, Flickr and more with one tap.