Josh Root

Josh Root

DPReview Contributor
Lives in United States State, WA, United States
Works as a Photographer, Writer, Editor
Joined on Jan 14, 2002

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2016 Holiday Gift Guide: $500 and up

Cue the drumroll and get the confetti ready: if you want to pull out all the stops this holiday season (or you were just really good this year) we've got some gift suggestions to match. Read more

2016 Holiday Gift Guide: $100-500

Treat the photographer in your life – or let's be honest, yourself – to something shiny, new and not outrageously expensive. Read more

2016 Holiday Gift Guide: up to $100

Shopping for a photographer? Treating yourself to a new gadget? We've got some ideas that won't break the bank. Read more

Review: Simple Booth Event Edition photo booth app

At $60 Simple Booth sounds like an outrageously expensive iOS app, but its customizability and ease-of-use can make you the hero of the next block party. Read more

You've got mail: Five photo postcard apps tested

Everyone loves getting a postcard in the mail, but in the age of email and texting they've become a rarity. Thankfully, there's an app for that – quite a few in fact! They'll put your photo on a postcard and send it through old-fashioned mail. We put five apps to the test. Read more 

Pelican Air 1535 Rolling Hard Case with TrekPak Dividers Review

Pelican's new Air gear cases claim to provide all the toughness the brand is known for without all of the weight. We took the rolling 1535 model freshly outfitted with TrekPak dividers for a test run. Read more

Accessory Review: Peak Design Slide Camera Sling strap

Peak Design takes a fresh approach to the camera strap with its Slide Sling. Well-considered details and a comfortable strap help justify its steep price, but there's a potentially deal-breaking flaw in the strap's design. Read more

Accessory Review: Tenba Cooper Messenger bag

Over the past few years, Tenba has gained a reputation for its solid line of messenger-style shoulder bags. The Cooper line, introduced in late 2015, promises the same reliability with luxury materials like full grain leather accents. Suitable for mirrorless and DSLR kits, we took a look at the Cooper 13 Slim and Cooper 15. Read more

A classic reinvented? Domke Chronicle Review

Domke has a long history of making bags that to serve the needs of working photographers. Designed for accessibility, durability and style that intentionally avoids attracting attention, they've enjoyed popularity with generations of pro photographers. A few years ago Domke introduced the Next Generation line, bringing modern updates to its classic bag. Find out what a longtime Domke user thinks of the next-gen Chronicle bag. Read more