Category: Articles Published
The Paralysis of “Best”
[This post first appeared in Photo AI, my newsletter about how computational photography is fundamentally changing photography as we know it. Subscribe here, or view the archives at Photo-AI.com.] Last week the good folks over at Glass posted on Mastodon: "Hi. Hit us with your best photo on Glass. Just because. 🗣️ Show 🗣️ us 🗣️ ...
Secrets of Lightroom Mobile in CreativePro Magazine
My latest article for CreativePro Magazine reveals little-known secrets of editing photos in the Lightroom mobile apps.
Pete Souza Interview about West Wing and Beyond
My latest article for DPReview is an interview with Pete Souza about his new book documenting his time as the Chief Official White House Photographer.
Using Location Data in Lightroom
My new article about using location data in the Lightroom apps is now available to subscribers of CreativePro Magazine.
Unlock Your Smartphone Camera’s Hidden Features
My awesome editor at Popular Photography, Dan Bracaglia, reached out with an idea: what sort of photo fundamentals could be covered that related to the computational photography space? The first thing that came to mind was the AI-boosted cameras we all carry around these days. iOS and Android devices can do amazing things, but many ...
AI Photo Software Is Converging
Companies are consolidating AI photo tools. What does this mean for you? I explore this move in my latest Smarter Image column.
Bring the Noise: AI De-Noise Software
In my latest Smarter Image column for Popular Photography, I look at how AI-assisted de-noising tools can make you a better photographer while you're shooting.
Presets Don’t Have to Be Lame
Good old-fashion presets are more powerful when combined with AI-assisted subject masking.
Is Bird AF Really Cool AF?
Popular Photography is running a bird-photography theme this week, so my contribution with my Smarter Image column is a look at the Bird AF (autofocus) features in some of the newest camera models. The big question is: does it really make a difference? I don’t own a camera with the feature, so I reached out ...
WWDC with an Eye Toward Photography
Apple announced the new M2-powered MacBook Air at WWDC this week, but what else is of interest to photographers, specifically related to computational photography? I look at some features to come in my latest Smarter Image column at Popular Photography.