Author, photographer, late-nighter.
Author and photographer Jeff Carlson is a columnist for the Seattle Times, a senior editor for TidBITS, and writes for outlets such as Macworld, The Wirecutter, DPReview, and others. He is the author of Take Control of Your Digital Photos on a Mac, Apple Watch: A Take Control Crash Course, and The iPad for Photographers, among many others.
In my latest Practical Mac column for the Seattle Times, I share my thoughts after using the new 10.5-inch iPad Pro for several weeks. I also share some practical tips for working in the Finder on the Mac.
The sun turns crimson at the end of the day over Palouse farmland as seen from Steptoe Butte.
This old truck and dairy barn are at a photographers’ favorite spot in Colfax, Washington. The owners of the property were friendly and good sports when we were there, asking only that we stay away from the other side of the property where their house is. Photo edited in Pixelmator for Mac as part of my review of the software at Macworld. http://www.macworld.com/article/3096293/photography/pixelmator-3-5-canyon-review-better-selective-editing-and-a-new-apple-photos-extension.html
This dreamy scene was captured one morning when I went on a solo walk during a photo workshop I co-lead, because the light and fog were too good to resist. What I love about this shot is what you don’t see. Although this looks like a remote canyon, it’s actually in the middle of Colfax, WA, where the Palouse River enters the town.
My most recent Practical Mac column for the Seattle Times was published the day I left for vacation, which was apt: It’s all about technology while traveling. (And because I was on vacation last week, I forgot to post a link to it!) In the article, I talk about TripMode 2, the Mac software that ...