Tag: computational photography
Bring Back (?) the Noise: A Contrarian Take on DxO PureRAW 3
I look at DxO PureRAW 3 and how its incredible performance might lead us to accepting too-soft images.
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 🗣️ ...
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.
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 ...
Turbocharge Wedding Edits with the Help of AI
For Popular Photography's Wedding Week, I wrote about using AI tools to speed up the process of editing wedding photos.
Photocombobulate 19: Rise of the Machines
It's time to address the robot in the middle of the room: AI, ML, and computational photography.
Sneak Peek at My CreativePro Week 2022 Session
View a sneak-peek video of my AI and machine learning session at the CreativePro Week event May 9-13, 2022 in Washington, D.C.
The Smarter Image Column at PopPhoto
My first Smarter Image column is up at the new, relaunched Popular Photography, covering computational photography and how it's significantly changing photography.
iPhone XS Gallery and Article at DPReview
How does the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max camera system compare to what's come before? At DPReview, I write about computational photography and share a large gallery of images.