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 all the shots taken today, in chronological order. Taken with …

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 subject. As I once read somewhere: “If you photograph in …

First real snow of 2014

So it has been a while since I last blogged. I’ve been insanely busy with rest orating our house that we bought back in august, so time for photography is limited these days. However I simply had to take some images of Aarhus during snowy weather. All images taken with the Fujifilm x100s or the …

Niece and Glass

Had a lot of fun taking some pictures of my youngest niece Lærke yesterday. Taken with the Minolta Rokkor 55mm f/1.7. Shot wide open on my X-Pro1 with the Mitakon Lens Turbo

Full Frame X-Pro1? – The Mitakon Lens Turbo Review

As soon as I heard that the good folks at Mitakon were making a Metabones Speedbooster equivalent, I was part sceptical, part thrilled. I mean, this isn’t just your usual “tube” adapter. This actually has a piece of glass inside. So, no doubt would the chinese Lens Turbo be cheap, but would it also be …

Straying of track – getting back

These last couple of months me and my trusty X-System cameras have ventured into different photographic territories than my usual candid street environments. The reason for this, was at first beyond me. I didn’t give it much thought either… it was what it was. Then I started giving it some thought. I’ve never really considered …

Voigtländer Nokton 40mm f/1.4 review

Hello people. I know my blog has been a bit to the silent side as of late, but today I will review the… Voigtländer Nokton Classic 40mm f/1.4 S.C.  Phew! Thats a long name, so lets take a look at what it all means. The Nokton is Voigtländers way of saying that this lens will …

Landscapes of Andalusia

As I promised in my Streets of Andalusia post, I am posting some landscape shots today. This is NOT my photographic territory, so please bear with me on this one. What I did find, is that Even though I only had simple prime glass with set focal lenghts I found both the X-Pro1 and in …

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