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Lives in Seattle, WA, United States
Works as a Field Engineer at GE Healthcare
Has a website at careyrose.me
Joined on Sep 28, 2015
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 has received a Master of Communications in Communities and Networks degree from the University of Washington. Most recently, he is working as a Field Engineer for GE HealthCare, installing, diagnosing, repairing and maintaining diagnostic and functional imaging equipment (i.e., really big, fancy cameras) for medical facilities in the Puget Sound region while pursuing a certificate of completion in Electronics Technology at North Seattle College.
On his off-days, Carey can be found playing guitar and riding motorcycles, though rarely at the same time.
Nov 22, 2021
This past year has been a busy one in the drone world, but we've got you covered – our updated 2021 Drone Buying Guide will get you up to speed with everything you need to know about the latest and greatest models.
The M.Zuiko Digital 20mm F1.4 Pro is the first new lens from OM System (replacing the legacy 'Olympus' brand name), and we've put together a gallery of images from around Seattle so you can get an idea of what this fast, well-built prime is capable of.
Nikon's compact, fast-aperture 40mm F2 lens for its Z-mount cameras has just landed, and ties the Z 28mm F2.8 as one of Nikon's least-expensive options in the lineup. We've gotten straight to shooting with it around Seattle to see what it can do.
The Nikon Z9 offers the kind of features that only a mirrorless camera could provide, yet it's among the most DSLR-like of its peers. In this article, DPReview Reviews Editor Carey Rose explains what this means (and why it's a good thing).
Nikon has formally announced the Nikkor Z 24-120mm F4 S, tacking some extra reach onto the 24-105mm lens that was originally promised on its Z-mount lens roadmap.
Nikon has officially announced the Z 100-400mm F4.5-5.6 VR S telezoom. The lens had been on the company's Z-mount lens roadmap for some time, but we now have full details, including including pricing and availability.
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