Jeff Keller

Jeff Keller

DPReview Administrator
Lives in United States Seattle, WA, United States
Works as a Senior Writer, Digital Photography Review
Has a website at
Joined on Feb 19, 2013
About me:

I'm the former publisher of the Digital Camera Resource Page who is now writing reviews and managing new product launches here at DPReview.

Editorial content

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Critic Iizawa Kōtarō and Japan's photo culture

An interview with the famous photo critic about how Tokyo and Japanese photo culture are entwined.

Throwback Thursday: Olympus C-8080 Wide Zoom

Back in 2004 Olympus announced the C-8080 Wide Zoom, bearing a 28-140mm lens that was designed to be as good as the Zuiko lenses found on the company's DSLRs. Read more

Hotel turned into 3D model from 10,000 photos

The Oddviz collective created a 3D model of a hotel in Istanbul using 10,000 photos. It took two weeks to go from photos to 3D using a process known as photogrammetry.

Imaging Resource posts Fujifilm X100F shooting experience

William Brawley took the X100F shooting around Atlanta and, aside from some bugs and other quirks, was a big fan.

Fashion photographer shares his 'Ten Commandments of Retouching'

Fashion photographer David Justice shares ten of his do's and don'ts of retouching portraits.

TV series to showcase Norman Seeff's celebrity photo sessions

Seeff recorded his shoots of celebrities like Ray Charles, Steve Jobs and Tina Turner. His famous photo sessions doubled as 'mini-confessionals.'

Maybe zoom lenses aren't so bad, after all

Zoom lenses get a lot of flack due to the high quality of prime lenses. Lauchlan Toal makes the argument that versatility is more important than IQ.

Going on safari? Here's what you need to know (and bring)

If you're luck enough to be going on safari, you'll want to read these tips from Mike Briggs before you hop into your Land Rover.

Week in Review: Hungry Birds

While this past week was a bit calmer than the Sony a9 craziness the week prior, it was still filled with sample photos, an interview, a fun throwback and more. Read more

Tribe to use infrared photography to 'restore' historic drum

The Tlingit tribe in Alaska hopes to use IR photography to preserve a deteriorating shaman's drum.