Chrome fights manipulative sites that don’t allow you to hit the back button

Chances are that you’ve encountered the frustrating experience where a website won’t allow you to hit the back button and exit the site. Enraged by your inability to escape, you begin mashing the back button on your browser, only to find that you are a car spinning its tires in the mud. This tactic by websites […]

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User-generated GoPro Hero7 Black highlight reel has all the feels

[embedded content] There is a certain stereotype that follows GoPro users around — one often associated with the words “adrenaline” and “bro” — but the company’s latest highlight reel showcases a softer side of its customers. The two-minute supercut is the first built entirely from user-generated content, submitted for GoPro’s Million Dollar Challenge, and the […]


Camera crop factor: What it means and how to use it

Les Shu/Digital Trends If you’re in the market for an interchangeable lens camera, you’ve probably heard the term “crop factor” thrown about in reference to different formats. Basically, crop factor refers to how the field-of-view of a given lens changes with different sensor sizes. The term itself comes from the fact that a smaller sensor sees […]


Grit and gear: How Chris Hershman went from retail clerk to music video director

Matt Scheffer Photography and music have long been part of Chris Hershman’s repertoire, but video took him by surprise. Now a filmmaker and photographer working with musicians like NEEDTOBREATHE, Switchfoot, Alabama Shakes, Betty Who, and more, Hershman says he moved from working a music retail job to producing music videos by mastering one task at […]


The best monitors for photo editing

Many of the most prominent sales pitch features of monitors focus on gaming. They highlight displays’ refresh rates, frame syncing technologies, and response times. As important as those are for those looking to win the next round in their favorite multiplayer title, they’re not needed by professionals. For those planning to use a display for […]


2018 was a terrific year for new cameras. Here are our favorites

Hillary Grigonis/Digital Trends For photographers and camera geeks, 2018 was the most significant year in a very long time. We saw not one, but two new full-frame mirrorless systems introduced by longtime DSLR holdouts, Nikon and Canon. Sony and Fujifilm both wowed us with impressive third-generation versions of popular models, and back in January, Panasonic […]