Allison Johnson

Allison Johnson

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Lives in United States Seattle, WA, United States
Joined on May 13, 2013
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Staff writer/reviewer. Cat person.

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Playing a Super Mario Bros. level with Hololens is the best case for AR we've seen

Just a guy wearing a VR headset, smashing invisible Goombas in Central Park.

Pricing for Sigma 14mm F1.8 DG HSM and 24-70 F2.8 DG OS HSM Art lenses announced, undercuts the competition

Pricing and shipping have finally been revealed for two highly anticipated lenses from Sigma, announced in February.

The Atlantic celebrates summer with delightful kite photos

In case you were looking for any more inspiration to go fly one.

Videre 35mm is a build-it-yourself cardboard pinhole camera

Following a couple of successful Kickstarter campaigns, Videre 35mm's creator has re-tooled the camera with sturdier components and a simpler user assembly process.

Find out what it's like to be an AP photographer in Washington DC

Andrew Harnik discusses the challenges – and rewarding moments – of a career making images for the Associated Press in his native DC.

Move over Nikon: Gitzo celebrates 100 years with pricey, limited-edition tripods

If you thought Nikon had the market cornered on expensive commemorative products, we've got news for you.

Pixel Peeper lets you check the Lightroom edits made to a JPEG

The simple drag-and-drop web app reveals the Lightroom edits applied to any JPEG, along with its associated EXIF data, provided that metadata is intact.

A comprehensive list of every Polaroid camera ever made

Every polaroid camera from the SX-70 to 1999's Barbie Instant Camera.

ICYMI you can print your own lens hoods for free

If you're looking for a cheap, DIY alternative to shelling out cash for a replacement lens hood, look no further than lenshoods.co.uk for tons of free PDFs.

Surreal photo shows London high-rise fire from the air

Photographer Jason Hawkes had planned on taking aerial photos for architectural firms, but on Wednesday morning he unexpectedly encountered a scene that will haunt him for the rest of his life.