Staff Profile

Carey Rose
Carey Rose
Reviews Editor at DPReview.com

As the son of a photographer who is also the son of a photographer, Carey's been around cameras since before he could walk. He graduated from Western Washington University with a degree in visual journalism, worked in public relations as a full-time photographer and videographer while freelancing as a wedding and events shooter, and is pursuing a Master of Communications degree from the University of Washington. As Reviews Editor, Carey spends a lot of time working on ever increasing the value, accessibility and relevancy of all reviews across the site.

On his off-days, Carey can be found playing guitar and riding motorcycles, though rarely at the same time.

Editorial content

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Could your Canon camera transform video calls? We test EOS Webcam Utility

With a newfound ability to turn recent Canon cameras into high-quality webcams, there does come some responsibility. For the author, it means more frequently shaving and maybe tidying up a bit.

Fujifilm X100V review: The most capable prime-lens compact camera, ever

We think Fujifilm's X100V is the best choice for a photographer's carry-everywhere camera in 2020. Provided you can find somewhere safe to take pictures, of course. Take a look through our full review to find out more.

The gear that changed my (photographic) life: Nikon's 35mm F2 AF-D

It was a humble 35mm F2 lens that helped DPR Reviews Editor Carey Rose become a better photographer.

The EOS-1D X Mark III shoots Canon's best-ever JPEGs

There's a lot that's new in Canon's flagship EOS-1D X Mark III, including a sensor that offers best-in-class dynamic range. It also happens to produce the best JPEGs we've seen from a Canon camera – take a look at our test scene to see for yourself.

New firmware brings improved AF usability: Read our updated Nikon Z6 and Z7 reviews

With the release of firmware 3.0 and all of the improvements it brings, we went back and revisited our Z6 and Z7 camera reviews. Check out a summary of what the firmware changes, and how we updated our reviews, right here.

Is the Nikon D780 right for you?

Now that we've completed our final review of the D780, we're going to take a look at how it stacks up for some common types of photography. From street shooting to sports shooting and everything in-between, is the D780 right for you?

Sigma shows EF-M mount primes for Canon cameras at WPPI

After an announcement last summer and a confirmation last fall, we finally got a chance to see all three of Sigma's new 'Contemporary' prime lenses with EF-M mounts in person at WPPI in Las Vegas. These small lenses are big news for users of Canon's mirrorless APS-C system.

Hands-on with the latest Nikon Z lenses, AF-S 120-300mm F2.8

Nikon's brought the new Z-mount Nikkor 20mm F1.8S, Z 24-200mm F4-6.3 and AF-S 120-300mm F2.8E for F-mount to its booth at the WPPI Expo in Las Vegas. We got an up-close and personal look at them – check them out here.

Hands-on with the Nikon D6 at WPPI

We stopped by the Nikon booth at the 2020 Wedding and Portrait Photography International Expo in Las Vegas to get our first in-person look at the Nikon D6, the company's latest flagship sports DSLR.

Canon shows off EOS R5, RF 100-500mm lens under glass at WPPI

Canon's upcoming full-frame mirrorless camera, the R5, is on display at the company's booth at the 2020 Wedding and Portrait Photography International expo in Las Vegas alongside the new RF 100-500mm lens.