Windows/Mac: The high-flying Aerial screensaver is one of my favourite things about the 4th generation Apple TV. It looks so cool I often find myself watching it instead of catching up on my Netflix shows. Here's how to get it on your Mac or PC.
Wrapping your gifts to make them look like a holiday card isn't hard if you know the right technique, but a polished-looking bow can be tough to make. Here are five common, easy bow variations that will make your gifts shine.
Arcade sticks are the best way to play a lot of different games, and making your own is a lot easier than you'd think. The problem generally is making a good case for the buttons and knobs. DIYer Fredrik Setterberg made that out of some IKEA parts.
iPhone: iOS 10 introduced the ability for third-party apps to shoot and edit in the lossless RAW format. Today, the popular editing tool VSCO adds that support.
You've likely noticed that most city street lights aren't quite pure white. Some emit a warm, orange colour, while others are cold and green. When you're shooting photos that can be an annoyance if you don't want the colours to distract from your scene, but the types of light used are so common that you can easily compensate for them.
We've been seeing a lot of water-based, beach-y, ocean-y wallpapers lately, and that makes us think you guys must be yearning for warmer weather. This one, from Sebastian, is a gorgeous, stark, black and white desktop with just a little customisation. Here's how it's all set up.
If you're running a Raspberry Pi that's doing something in the background, like working as a security camera system or a weather station, then it's good to know exactly what it's up to no matter where you are. Initial State shows off how to build a dashboard that keeps you up to date and notifies you if anything goes wrong.
It can be hard enough getting the family together at Christmas, let alone getting good photos of everyone. Who'd have thought Christmas tree lights could make the ordeal that much trickier? Turns out if you're not careful, you could end up with a bunch of shots with tree lights that look off or super-bright, ruining your images.
There are many ways to take a good photograph: positioning and lighting, compelling subject matter and decent equipment can all play a role. However, it's also possible to boost the quality of your photos via a few simple tricks. With that in mind, here are 21 camera hacks from the Lifehacker archives - from candid photography tips to cheap DIY accessories.
Maikasenpai's desktop is a calm sea, a respite from the tumult of the world, and we love it. It's a simple thing, but tweaked just enough to make it personal. Here's how it's all set up.
It doesn't take much for your camera's battery to fade, even if you started with multiple, all fully charged. If you're running on empty, either because it's been a long day or you just forgot to pack a backup, these tips will help you make the most of the charge you have left without sacrificing your photos.
Preview is one of the best parts of macOS. It's an image viewer, lightweight PDF editor and more. Six Colours reminds us that it's also probably the simplest way to quickly batch resize a bunch of images.