Tyler Wells Lynch
Tyler graduated from Syracuse University with a degree in English, the uselessness of which became apparent to him upon entering the workforce in the spring of 2009. Since then, he’s made the rounds as an intern, freelancer, SEO writer, product reviewer, blogger, business reporter, and wedding tent assembler. He’s contributed material to a number of publications, and has come to see himself as Reviewed.com’s utility infielder. He has red hair, if you see him.
Articles and Reviews by Tyler Wells Lynch
Photography of the Unseen, Part 2: Astrophotography
April 01, 2016 – A look at the art, science, and technology of space photography.
Phase One Unveils $49,000 100-Megapixel Sensor
January 04, 2016 – The XF modular camera system receives a 100MP upgrade.
These Photos Show the Hidden Chemistry of Cooking
September 07, 2015 – Take a look at these zoomed in photos of the cooking process.
WiFi Aware to Create Brave New World for Mobile Devices
July 16, 2015 – WiFi Aware will open up a wide range of location-based services.
Google Photos Uploads Pics Even After You Uninstall
July 14, 2015 – Google Photos uploads images to the cloud—even after the app is gone.
Photography of the Unseen Part 1: Photomicrography
July 13, 2015 – A look at the art, science, and technology of microscopic photography
Nest Unveils a WiFi Security Camera for the 21st Century
June 17, 2015 – Nest has released a revamped version of the Dropcam security camera.
Hilarious Instagram Feed Takes Tweezer Food to Task
April 09, 2015 – Chef Jacques la Merde presents junk food in artisanal fashion.
New NASA Photos Show Golden Age of Space Flight
February 25, 2015 – It's just one of 600 never-before-seen archival photos set to sell.
Instagram's Biggest Rival Wants to Pay Photographers
February 05, 2015 – The message is simple: Good photography should be rewarded.
Humans of New York Proves Photos Can Make a Difference
January 30, 2015 – This is how one photo raised $1 million to send kids to Harvard.
The Narrative Clip 2 Is POV Photography at Its Purest
January 11, 2015 – With a 30-hour battery, the Narrative Clip doesn't quit until you do.
NatGeo's Photos of the Year Will Blow You Away
December 24, 2014 – Spectacularly eye-catching imagery, from city life to wildlife
Instagram Is Worth $35 Billion, Says Citigroup
December 19, 2014 – Facebook must be feeling pretty good about its most coveted asset.
The Best Space Flight Photos of the Year
December 19, 2014 – This was an epic year in space, and we've got the photos to prove it.
The Best Camera Apps for Android and iOS
December 15, 2014 – Here's how to take advantage of the most versatile tool in your bag.
$150 WiFi Camera Foils Burglary, Helps Catch Suspect
May 29, 2014 – Burglars beware: Cameras are everywhere!
Shoot First: An Interview With Military Photographer Ed Drew
May 29, 2014 – We talked to photographer Ed Drew about his old school photo tech.
Nokia 'Arc of Wonder' Brings Bullet-Time to Smartphones
May 28, 2014 – Seriously, just watch. (But keep some Dramamine handy.)
Retro Kickstarter Camera Raises $130K in Under One Day
May 27, 2014 – Love instant cameras? So do the 1,000-plus people who funded the Lomo'Instant on its first day.
A nifty fifty and a telephoto zoom make for a pair of full-frame releases
Need weather-proofing and lots of zoom? Here's one for you.
Sigma's Art series continues to push the envelope.
G Master is Sony's new gold standard for lens quality.
Hands-on with what Olympus claims to be its sharpest lens ever.
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