Five Best Image Hosting Web Sites

Taking photos and uploading them to the web has never been easier. The best sites to store those photos keep them backed up, make them easy to share, showcase them in good-looking galleries, and offer you lots of space and effective editing tools. This week, we’re looking at five of the best image hosting sites, based on your nominations.


Adobe Lightroom Comes To Android Phones

Android: As part of its Creative Cloud suite, Adobe released a Lightroom companion app for iOS phones and tablets. Now, Android is catching up with a version of the app for phones.


14 Ways To Wrap Gifts With A Cloth

Some gifts are just too oddly shaped for a traditional wrapping job. When wrapping paper just won’t cut it, you can use a cloth to wrap just about anything.


Burstio Turns iOS Burst Photos Into GIFs

iPhone: The burst mode on iOS is great, but Apple doesn’t provide a good way to piece them all together. Burstio turns those photos into GIFs or videos.


The Noir Dark Home Screen

Widgets are useful for getting quick information without opening an app. This design skips the icons entirely and gives you the info you need in a dark, old-timey home screen.


The Mid-Century Modern Workspace

Reader H D loves technology, but also loves that mid-centry modern aesthetic — so his workspace features both.


The Milkdrop Desktop

Windows: Flickr user LostWatson‘s desktop is surreal and beautiful, and well-organised, too. A simple launcher on the side offers access to his applications, and the rest is neat and clear. Here’s what he used to set it all up.


Reuk Puts Loads Of Manual Camera Controls On Your iPhone

iOS: We’ve seen manual camera apps for iOS before, but Reuk offers a slightly different take on the idea. It includes a full set of manual controls, but it’s also surprisingly easy to use.


Display A More Genuine Smile By Saying 'Cheeks' Instead Of 'Cheese'

If you’re having a hard time faking a smile, or want to get the best out of a photo you’re taking, ditch the “cheese” and try “cheeks” instead.


Start With These Camera Settings To Take Great Fireworks Photos

Fireworks are really fun to photograph, but they can be challenging. To get started on the right foot, DIY Photography offers a few basic settings to familiarise yourself with before the fireworks start.