Staff Profile

Allison Johnson
Allison Johnson
Managing Editor

Allison has her father to thank for introducing her to photography at a young age. She's written professionally about cameras and consumer technology since 2008, including several years as Editor of DigitalCameraReview.com. She comes to DPReview from North Carolina where she wrote about smartphones, ate more biscuits than she'd care to admit to and spent several months accumulating bruises while training to become a roller girl. She's excited to be writing about photography again full-time and eager to explore Seattle with a camera at her side. Her Instagram account is shamelessly flooded with photos of her cat.

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Sony claims top spot in full-frame interchangeable lens camera market, launches 'Be Alpha' campaign

In a press release issued this morning, Sony announced it has sold more full-frame cameras than any other brand in the US over the past six months, measured both by units sold and by value.

Five things to know about the Samsung Galaxy Note 9's camera

We got some quick hands-on time with Samsung's newest, biggest Galaxy smartphone at the company's launch event. Here are the most noteworthy camera features we uncovered.

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 comes with dual-aperture 12MP dual-cam

At a high-profile launch event in New York, Samsung took the wraps off its next Note device. The Galaxy Note 9 borrows the S9+'s 12MP dual-aperture dual-cam, with OIS in both cameras and an emphasis on AI-enhanced shooting modes.

Android 'Pie' adds multiple camera stream access for developers, HEIF support

Android 9, also known as 'Pie,' will add support for the HEIF image format and will allow third-party app developers to access multiple camera streams simultaneously.

Nikon teases mirrorless with video and microsite

Nikon has posted a cinematic new teaser video featuring what appears to be its forthcoming mirrorless camera.

2018 National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year winner announced

Reiko Takahashi's image of a humpback whale calf's tail has been named Grand Prize winner of this year's National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year contest. Category winners have also been chosen from over 13,000 total entries.

Here's what happens when you attach a 70-200mm F4 to a Game Boy Camera

There's no practical reason why anyone should make a Canon lens adapter for the 0.5MP Game Boy Camera – which is why it's so amazing that someone actually did it.

Tamron acknowledges 28-75mm F2.8 Di III RXD autofocus issue

Autofocus issues with Tamron's new 28-75mm F2.8 for E-mount have been reported by some users, and the company has issued an official acknowledgement of the problems. The company says it is 'evaluating the cause of the error' and will issue a firmware update when it finds a solution.

Apollo app for iOS uses dual-cam depth map to create impressive lighting tricks

We've been messing around with Apollo, an iOS app that allows you to add 3D lighting effects to images using depth information, and have to say we're impressed with what it's capable of – but that doesn't mean we don't have a few requests for the next version.

10 photography gifts mothers actually want

If the mom you're celebrating this Mother's Day also happens to be a photographer, we've got some gift ideas that she'll like a whole lot more than another set of decorative wine glass charms.