Lars Rehm is the editor-in-chief of dxomark.com. In the last ten years he has tested and shot with countless digital cameras of all shapes and sizes, but nowadays he captures most of his images with a smartphone. He is a regular contributor to DPReview.com, where he started his career in tech journalism, and other publications in the US, the UK, and Germany. You can find him on Twitter and Instagram.
Angela started reviewing cameras and photographic kit in early 2004. Since then she’s been Amateur Photographer’s Technical Editor and Head of Testing for TechRadar and Future Publishing’s extensive photography portfolio, where she used Analyzer as part of the testing process. Angela is now part of the team behind Camera Jabber, an exciting new website built for photographers by photographers. She’s tested everything from straps to backpacks, compacts to medium-format cameras, and software to hard drives. Angela can be found on Twitter and Instagram.
Barbara Staszewski is an editor and journalist based in Paris. She worked for the International New York Times and the International Herald Tribune for more than 20 years, editing articles on business, culture, and technology.
Paul is a commercial photographer, freelance journalist and photography tutor at Nottingham Trent University. Commercially Paul shoots events, portraits and editorial content for a range of blue chip clients including Sky, Jaguar Land Rover and Budweiser, to name just a few. Previously a technical writer across a range of UK photography magazines and websites, Paul has been a regular contributor to DXOMARK since 2012, providing expert analysis and insight in our sensor, lens and mobile reviews.
David Cardinal is a veteran travel and nature photographer, with two decades of experience reviewing photo gear, as well as a technology journalist and tech industry veteran — having written for such publications as PC Magazine, Photoshop User, Outdoor Photographer, Studio Photography & Design, Extremetech.com, and Ars Technica. His digital imaging expertise — dating back to his early career in Silicon Valley startups — allows him to serve as a datacolor expert, and as a frequent speaker at B&H Photo in New York. He co-authored The D1 Generation, one of the first books on digital photography. David leads a number of small-group photo tours each year to diverse locations including Alaska, Texas, Southeast Asia, and Africa.
A photographer, tech journalist, editor, and reviewer, Kevin has written about photography, gear and digital imaging since early 2001. As a reviewer, he was a weekly contributor to the British Journal of Photography for a decade and a features writer for The Sunday Times magazine. Several years prior to that he was a features writer, and gear and camera reviewer for numerous photo titles including the pro-oriented Professional Photographer (UK) and Digital Photo Pro magazines. Presently, Kevin is a regular contributor to Digital Photographer magazine and the Technical Editor at TheAppWhisperer.
Marie Georgescu de Hillerin
A sound engineer, tech journalist, music composer and math teacher, Marie is a keyboards enthusiast — for both music and words. Previously head of the audio department at a French hi-tech website, she lives in Paris where she divides her time between her harp, her animals and her students (which are often not that different).
Peter M. Ferenczi
Peter M. Ferenczi writes and photographs in Paris. He has written extensively about technology for national magazines and for the web. He is also a vintage camera dealer and has been known to sample his own product.
Chris Welsch is a writer, editor, and photographer based in Paris. He was a staff editor at the International Herald Tribune and International New York Times between 2010 and 2016, and before that was a writer, editor and photographer at the Minneapolis Star Tribune for more than 20 years.
A professional writer and editor for decades, Lynn Matthews Anderson has worked for DXOMARK and its parent company, DxO Labs, as a French-to-English translator, writer, and editor since 2008. She and her husband live in southeastern France.
R&D and Device Testing
Scientific testing is at the heart of everything we do. All tests and data analysis to generate DXOMARK scores are performed by a growing team of currently 60+ image quality engineers, PHDs and technicians who specialize in areas including image science, optics, camera mechanics, chip design, sensors, software coding and electronics. You can find out more about DXOMARK on our Corporate website (corp.dxomark.com).