XT-1 - 35mm - f/1.4 - ISO200

Wedding as friendtographer

A couple of months ago I was asked by some friends of mine that I’ve known since highschool, if I was willing to take some pictures at their surprise wedding. They planned the day as a namegiving ceremony for their youngest offspring Alberte. What the unsuspecting friends […]

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Cloud No. 56

Streets of May

May 2014. Again I have strayed into other areas of photography for a little while. I still shoot street. Below are 14 shots from Århus, Denmark. Captured using the X-Pro1 and the XF 56mm f/1.2 R. This lens is fantastic. Bokeh is so amazing. Focus […]

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Quatre en Tak

4 photos Using the X-Pro1 – Mitakon/Zhongyi Lens Turbo MD/FX – MD/M42 adapter – Asahi Super-Takumar 50mm f/1.4 Focus is paper thin – Bokeh is harsh and flawed.                

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ND Filter. Don’t go Variable!

(EDIT: Over at f-stop forum Mark Soon has posted some findings with the Singhray that shows no artefacts. We have had some conversations as to why this could be, and we can’t seem to find out. I just recieved a new singhray yesterday, and I […]

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Voigtlander Nokton 40mm f/1.4 @2.8

Emulating life

Twenty. No more, no less. Twenty shots. Six days. Different lenses, different setups, different scenarios. VSCO 05. Street. Flowers. Kids. Just. Me :) /J                                      

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Provia 100F Balance Warm

Street 13 – RAW+VSCO 04

This afternoon I took out the Fujifilm X-Pro1 w/ Voigtländer Nokton S.C 40mm f/1.4. I have switched from shooting jpegs to using RAW format along with the Fujifilm emulations from the VSCO 04 pack. These emulations are amazing. And they make my workflow so simple. The […]

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56 and jumpstreet

So how does this 56mm f/1.2 stack up on the streets? Well. Still sharp, still thin DOF, still an AMAZING piece of glass. Fast to AF, accurate to boot, and overall just hands down the best lens Fujifilm has made to date. The below are […]

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A (Colourful) day at the Zoo

As anyone who reads/views this blog from time to time might know, I almost exclusive shot black and whites. I simply prefer the feeling of black and white imagery since, I feel, it takes away the clutter, and focusses on emotion being expressed by the […]

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