Photocombobulate 19: Rise of the Machines

It's time to address the robot in the middle of the room: AI, ML, and computational photography.

PhotoActive 117: John Cornicello on Lens Distortion

You've heard the term "zoom with your feet?" It's not that simple.

Photocombobulate 18: MaxBook Pros and Cons

We've put the new MacBook Pros to the test over the last few months, and have insights and opinions for photographers.

PhotoActive 116: iPad Photo Editing

The latest episode of the PhotoActive podcast is all about editing photos on the iPad and iPad Pro.

Sky’s the Limit(ed)

In my latest Smarter Image column for PopPhoto, I look at three tools for replacing skies in photos.

PhotoActive 115: iPhone Camera Tips & Tricks

Millions of people take billions of photos using the built-in Camera app on their iPhones, so we wanted to do an episode all about the clever and sometimes hidden capabilities of this camera that’s always with you. A few things are obvious, but I’m sure there’s at least one or two you may not know ...

Photocombobulate #17 – Mistakes Were Made

Jeff and Mason look at embarrassing photo mistakes they've made and try to find a way forward.

PhotoActive 115: Bryan Jones on Why Color Doesn’t Exist

When Kirk bought his Leica Monochrom, I knew we'd get into more black-and-white content on the PhotoActive podcast, but this week we may have taken it too far. We welcome back retinal neuroscientist Bryan Jones as our guest to talk about why color doesn't even exist!

Eat Your (Cook)Books at TidBITS

I have a new article at TidBITS about an utterly charming service: Eat Your Books. It’s a site that lets you search your physical cookbooks for recipes and ingredients. Eat Your Books doesn’t store the recipes themselves. Instead it’s a database of more than 160,000 cookbooks. You tell it which ones you own, and then ...

Speaking at CreativePro Week 2022 in Washington, DC

I'm thrilled to be a speaker at the CreativePro Week 2022 Conference in May, 2022

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