Jeff Carlson is an author, photographer, and writer of the “Smarter Image” column on PopPhoto, which explores how computational photography, AI, and machine learning are fundamentally changing the art and science of photography. He’s covered the personal technology field from Macs and PalmPilots to iPhones and mirrorless cameras, publishing in paper magazines, printed books, ebooks, and websites. He’s also the co-host of the podcasts PhotoActive and Photocombobulate, and has spoken at several conferences and events. He lives in Seattle, where, yes, it is just as gray and wet and coffee-infused as you think it is.
- Author of more than 75 books covering photography and personal computing, published by Rocky Nook, Pearson/Peachpit Press, and Take Control Books.
- Article credits include CreativePro, DPReview, Macworld, The Seattle Times, TidBITS, The Wirecutter, Adobe Create, iMore, Lynda.com, Photoshop Elements Techniques, HOW Design, and Adobe Magazine.
- Published photographer specializing in landscape and slice-of-life photography. Work has been featured in Adobe Create, appears on many book covers and interiors for Rocky Nook and Pearson/Peachpit Press, and has hung in the Art Wolfe Gallery in Seattle.
- Leader or co-leader of photography workshops throughout the American Northwest.