In the second part of our conversation with Jeff Carlson about his new computational photography column, we take a hard look at some examples that go way beyond just making your photos look good. Jeff also covers some examples of how computational photography can help you do things that you might never be able to do on your own, and why we do’t see more computational power built into traditional cameras. (Part 2)
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Author and photographer Jeff Carlson (@jeffcarlson, [email protected]) is a columnist for the Seattle Times, a contributing editor at TidBITS (tidbits.com), and writes for publications such as Macworld and Photographic Elements Techniques. He is the author of The Connected Apple Family, The iPad for Photographers, Third Edition, iPad & iPhone Video: Film, Edit, and Share the Apple Way, and Take Control of Your Digital Photos on the Mac, among many other books. He believes there’s never enough coffee, and does his best to test that theory. You can find him podcasting about photography on both PhotoActive and Photocombobulate. He is also authoring a computational photography column at PopPhoto.com.
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