Tag: Apple

2019 Guide: Apple iPad Pro for Photographers

My latest article for DPReview is a deep-dive look at the iPad Pro for photographers. It's so close to being an ideal machine. Read why.

PhotoActive Episode 49: Panoramas

The latest PhotoActive podcast episode is live, in which Kirk and I talk about creating panoramas to get the widest scope of any scene. We start with making panoramas in the iPhone’s Camera app, which is revolutionary to folks who’ve been stitching images from traditional cameras together. In the second half of the show, we ...

PhotoActive Episode 48: Adventures with Dan Bailey

In the latest episode of my podcast PhotoActive, I talk to photographer Dan Bailey about his book FUJIFILM X Series Unlimited: Mastering Techniques and Maximizing Creativity with Your FUJIFILM Camera—though we don’t focus on Fujifilm cameras. We’re more interested in questions such as how many of your camera’s features you should understand, whether technical details ...

PhotoActive Episode 47: Jeff Shoots an Event

The latest episode of the PhotoActive podcast is all about my experience as the event photographer at the CreativePro Week 2019 conference in Seattle.

PhotoActive Episode 46: Pet Photography with Norah Levine

In the latest episode of the PhotoActive podcast, Kirk McElhearn and I chat with Norah Levine about her book Pet Photography: The Secrets to Creating Authentic Pet Portraits. We discussed not only how to get pets to do what you want (ha ha, says every cat), but also working with pet owners, who are often ...

PhotoActive Podcast 45: Photo Editing Apps

Maybe you’ve used Apple Photos and are looking for more editing features, or perhaps you’re in the Lightroom ecosystem and weary of subscription pricing. In the latest episode of the PhotoActive Podcast, Kirk and I talk about a handful of Adobe Lightroom alternatives you may not be aware of, from Affinity Photo to Picktorial and ...

Apple Watch Series 4 at The Seattle Times

Although I tend to stay up to date on new hardware for my job writing about it, I’ve owned only two Apple Watch models since the product’s introduction in 2015. I bought that first one as soon as it was available, since I was in the middle of writing my book Apple Watch: A Take ...

It’s Time to Migrate from Aperture

We knew this time was coming, and now it’s upon us. Apple is officially announcing that Aperture, its sunsetted professional photography editing software, will no longer run under the next major version of macOS. It’s time to make a decision about where you want your Aperture libraries to live on: Photos, Lightroom Classic, or somewhere ...

PhotoActive Episode 41: Bird Photography with Marie Read

The latest episode of the PhotoActive podcast is up! We’re excited to welcome Marie Read, author of the book Mastering Bird Photography (Rocky Nook), to the podcast. She talks about getting started with bird photography, where to find interesting birds, and, yes, we necessarily talk a bit about gear, since a good telephoto lens is ...

Shot on iPhone Critiques at the Let’s Talk Photography Podcast

To highlight the photo capabilities of the iPhone, Apple runs a #ShotOniPhone contest that’s open to anyone who tags their social media photos with that hashtag. A group of celebrity judges then wades through what must be tens of thousands of photos and plucks out the best. This year’s crop was certainly impressive. Over the ...