Category: Photos by Jeff

Photos captured by Jeff Carlson

D

Dixon High School Fireworks—July 4, 2016

For July Fourth, my mom took me, my daughter, and my niece on a new adventure: the city of Dixon’s fireworks show. The parking turned out to be full at Hall Park, but a generous man directing traffic advised us to head down to the Dixon High School parking lot. The school is where the ...

I

Independence Day

Happy Fourth, my friends! This year’s Independence Day seems to carry more weight, largely because it’s an election year (make sure you vote! It’s important), but also because I’ve spent the last eight months being captivated by Hamilton, the Musical and, in turn, the stories of the people who founded the United States. I’m still ...

L

Late-Night Affogato

Sometimes an idea gets into your head and you have to chase it down to get rid of it. And sometimes you also get ice cream as a bonus. Friends in Portland alerted me to a new Tillamook ice cream flavored with Stumptown Cold Brew Coffee. (Tillamook and Stumptown are local Oregon brands that have ...

G

Girl on the Rock

My daughter looks up on a gorgeous summer Saturday hike to Wallace Falls, outside Gold Bar, Washington. View this photo larger. If you like the work I do, please consider signing up for my low-volume newsletter that I use to announce new projects, items, and giveaways that I think my readers would be interested in.

T

The 9.7-inch iPad Pro Color Gamut

I was working late one night a few weeks ago and saw a tweet by Craig Hockenberry that immediately piqued my interest. The new iPad Pro 9.7-inch model had just been announced, with an intriguing new True Tone display feature that adjusts the screen’s color temperature based on the ambient light in the room. And ...

S

Selfie

A woman captures a selfie in front of the EMP museum in Seattle. If you like the work I do, please consider signing up for my low-volume newsletter that I use to announce new projects, items, and giveaways that I think my readers would be interested in.

C

Cherry Blossoms at UW 2016

With scheduling and the big wind storm that ripped through the area last week, I figured I’d missed my opportunity to go to the University of Washington and enjoy the annual cherry blossom bloom. However, those hearty trees held on, and my family and I were treated to a vibrant display one late afternoon. It ...

D

Dockside, Downtown Seattle 

A pause while unloading trucks at a dock in downtown Seattle. (Click the image to view it larger.) If you like the work I do, please consider signing up for my low-volume newsletter that I use to announce new projects, items, and giveaways that I think my readers would be interested in.

K

Kehinde Wiley at the Seattle Art Museum

The Seattle Art Museum is showing a large collection of work by Kehinde Wylie—and by “large collection” I also mean large in size. These hyper-colorful paintings of black men and women in traditional (white) poses is best viewed in person where you can get the full effect of the giant canvases. I went with my ...

P

Photo Guides at The Wirecutter

The Wirecutter just published two enormous guides about photo accessories, which includes a couple of pieces I wrote for them. The guides cover a huge range of topics, from flashes to storage to camera straps and more. It was great to work with the Wirecutter editors, a truly top-notch bunch of professionals who know their audience well. ...