jeffcarlson

jeffcarlson

DPReview Contributor
Lives in United States Seattle, United States
Works as a Writer, photographer, late-nighter
Has a website at http://jeffcarlson.com/
Joined on Feb 20, 2017

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Gift ideas for photographers with too much photo junk

Here's how to repurpose old gear into gifts that even non-photographers on your holiday list are sure to accept politely.

2019 Guide: Apple iPad Pro for Photographers

The Apple iPad has always been a tempting tool for photographers on the go: slim, lightweight, and now with the current iPad Pro models, powerful enough to do most photo tasks you'd accomplish on the desktop. The software isn't quite there yet, but the next release of iPadOS should bridge that gap.

Alien Skin Exposure X4 software review

Alien Skin Exposure X4 4.5 improves performance, adds the ability to preview images on memory cards before import, assigns metadata while shooting tethered, adds LUT support and editable light effects, and more.

Secrets of a professional photographer's workflow: Brian Ach

Brian Ach shoots everything from rock and roll world tours to automotive ads. What follows is a detailed look at his workflow.

First look: Skylum Luminar 3 adds support for photo libraries, Digital Asset Manager to follow

Skylum's Luminar 3 arrives on December 18 with the long-awaited ability to manage your photo library. However, it won't be a full DAM (digital asset manager); the company plans to roll out features throughout 2019 and won't charge for updates from Luminar 2018 during that time.

Lightroom CC 2.0: What's new, and where is it headed?

After shaking up the Lightroom ecosystem with Lightroom CC last year, Adobe has released version 2.0 of the cloud-centric photo organizer and editor. We look at new features like People View, how far Lightroom CC has come in its first year, and where Lightroom is headed.

The iPhone XS is a leap forward in computational photography

While the iPhone XS's camera hardware is slightly different to the iPhone X's, the most important changes are in the software. Our first tests of Smart HDR mode and the updated Portrait Mode are quite promising.

App-based camera triggers: Alpine Labs Spark vs Miops Mobile Dongle

App-based remote triggers are a fun and effective way to unlock even more creative potential from your camera. Here's a closer look at two popular brands.

Review: Palette modular photo editing system

Dials and sliders and buttons, oh my! This modular set of editing controls hopes to improve your photo editing workflow – for a price.

Alien Skin Exposure X3 review

Photographers shopping around for Lightroom alternatives have likely encountered Alien Skin's Exposure X3. Here's an overview of its organization and editing controls, and how they differ from the competition.