The Next Age of Photography Is Already Here

Computational photography is fundamentally changing how we create and edit photos. From multi-image HDR fusion at capture in smartphones to context-aware editing in software, machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI) promise to make it easier to create great images. But as with all new frontiers, it’s helpful to have a scout who’s looking at the path ahead.

Who am I?

My name is Jeff Carlson and I’ve written about technology and creative arts professionally for over 25 years, including several photography-specific books published by Pearson Education and Rocky Nook, and hundreds of articles for outlets such as DPReview, CreativePro, and The Seattle Times. I co-host two podcasts, lead photo workshops in the Pacific Northwest, and drink a lot of coffee.

While you’re here…

Since you may already be in a subscribing mood, I encourage you to check out the two podcasts that I co-host, Photocombobulate and PhotoActive. Thanks!

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How computational photography is changing the photographic world


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